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Harvey Foyle, Instructional Design & Technology Department, ESU, was a high school history teacher, was a university history and political science professor, and is currently working as a professor in educational technology. He helps students and teachers integrate technology into their content courses through classes, workshops, and textbooks. He believes that reading is essential to any walk of life whether the reading is in a printed book, an online book, or an electronic reader book. His motto is “Just Read.”
Join us March 26th from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM for a day of making to celebrate EPL's new Makerspace! From circuits to kites, there'll be something for everyone. The new Cube 3D printer, a purchase made possible by the Emporia Community Foundation grant, will also be out and active! For more information, call Young Adult Librarian Tiffany Fay at 620-931-5059!
Literacy skills begin to develop at birth. Unfortunately only 33% of parents read bedtime stories daily with their children. Reading aloud to your child is the most important thing you can do to help build skills for future reading success. Join us in February for Family Reading Monthand motivate your children to read every day of the year.
Read today’s Emporia Gazette or an earlier issue back to 2002 with your library card. This new service is updated daily so you have access to the latest news. There is a simple and detailed search that lets you find content 24 hours a day thanks to remote access with your library card number. Great for historians, genealogists, and those of us who might have forgotten what we did yesterday!