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AUGUST 13, 2008
Back-to-School Resources for College Students
The 2008-2009 school year is right around the corner and Jefferson County Public Library’s (JCPL) online resources are available for those beginning-of-the-year projects. You may not know it, but JCPL has many resources available to support college-level research. If you are a student at an area college, you can use our online library to access authoritative content from academic journals as well as magazines and newspapers.

To find a particular journal, newspaper or magazine online, try JCPL’s “Online Magazines and Newspapers” portal. With this tool you can search for a title or browse available full text publications by topic. From the Library homepage, click Research Tools, then Subscription Databases A-Z and then find and click Online Magazines and Newspapers. This resource and many others are available for free, anywhere with internet access, with your JCPL library card.

After using our online research tools for a while, write back and share your favorite sites with other students.

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AUGUST 1, 2008
Get your tickets to the fifth annual InSight & InPerson series
Don't miss out on your opportunity to see one of the nation's best-selling authors. We are proud to welcome Anne Lamott, author of Bird by Bird, Operating Instructions and Plan B, to our fifth annual InSight & InPerson Distinguished Author Series on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at the Belmar Center in Lakewood. Free tickets will be available on the Library’s web site beginning at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Aug. 6.

Find out how you can attend a live interview with Ms. Lamott before the program here.

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