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What is this painting worth? Is this sculptor someone I should know? AskArt. This eResource provides digital images, biographical documentation, book references, and auction data on artists worldwide. AskArt’s content features mostly American painters, sculptors, and illustrators ranging from early artists to modern urban expressionists. Access AskArt from within the library only. Call the Reference Desk for more information.
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Protect the environment with green cleaning products and design; enjoy entertaining on your new deck or patio, and discover other fixes to rejuvinate your home.
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Welcome Students! During this new school year, remember that you can use the library through our website:
Submit questions online: we take questions by phone, email, and through the Ask Us form on our website. Ask us. We’ll email articles or links, or guide you to sources you can use.
Learn Word, Excel, Access and many other programs. We have a database, Learning Express Library, that has tutorials you can use at home at your own pace. Watch the following slide show to see how to access Learning Express Library.
While you are in the library, drop by the second floor to take a look at the YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe. Illustrated with photographs that only became available in the post-Communist era, the encyclopedia aims to recover and represent all aspects of Jewish life in “the World Before,” as the pre-Holocaust era is often called in Holocaust museums. Readers will find this two volume encyclopedia in the reference collection, REF 305.8924 YIV.
Time to awake from your long winter’s nap and get outside! We have a variety of books and magazines that feature “fresh air” activities such as camping, boating, cycling, fishing, walking and hiking. For local fun, check out Hiking Illinois,