Take The Library’s Online Tutorial More Resources To Check Your Facts & Bias This list is not meant to be comprehensive. There are many places to check an article or outlet’s bias, facts, or sources, these are just a few of our favorites. Skeptical of fact checkers? A good bias rater or fact checking website … Continue reading Evaluating Online Resources
Due to the ongoing pandemic and limited library service, this month the group members challenged each other to try to cook something new, difficult, or out of our comfort zone. Those present approached the situation from many different vantage points. One member chose to make a Chocolate Biscuit Cake for her husband’s birthday. The recipe … Continue reading Bibliobites-Trying Something New for June
Homework Help Databases Other Suggested Resources High School Ace – http://www.highschoolace.com An academic homepage for high school students where you can find links to subject sites, news, and reference sites Study Stack – http://www.studystack.com Find or create flashcards or other study activities for a variety of standardized tests and subjects MCAS Test Questions – … Continue reading Homework Help
For Chelmsford History, please see our Chelmsford History Resource Guide. Featured Online Resources Print Biography Collection Main Library, Lower Level We have an extensive collection of adult biography books, at the call number Biog/ and arranged alphabetically by the last name of the person they are about. Also in this collection are large … Continue reading Biography & History
In the Collection Local Assistance Chelmsford Housing Authority – The Chelmsford Housing Authority strives to meet the needs of the elderly, the disabled and families in need of affordable housing. Eligible applicants are able to apply for State Aided senior housing. Homeowner Options for Massachusetts Elders (H.O.M.E.) – (Call 1-800-583-5337) Provides comprehensive in-home counseling … Continue reading Senior Services: Housing Assistance
September brings that change of season with which we are all so happily familiar– cooler temps and shorter days, and the last glorious gasp of summer warmth. And September means that our Bibliobites group restarts after a summer off. We had envisioned meeting outdoors on a lovely late-summer morning, but alas– the weather did … Continue reading Bibliobites in September: Fresh But Not Fussy
Are you looking to pick up a new skill or hobby? Then check out our new series of programs aimed at getting you started with the guidance of an expert and some interactive, hands-on practice. Come and try something new with us! These sessions will be held on Sunday afternoons until Memorial Day. How-to sessions … Continue reading How-To Afternoons Series
UPDATE: As of Friday morning, we are out of lilacs, but still have plenty of spruce and persimmon! Starting Thursday, April 29, come to the library to pick up your tree seedlings! No reservation necessary – the seedlings are available on a first come, first serve basis in the Main Library Lobby. We have three … Continue reading One Book Arbor Day Giveaway!
The library strives to meet the research and homework needs of our patrons, and this includes offering basic office supplies and services. Printing At both libraries, printing from computer workstations to a B&W printer is $0.15 per page. The main library also has a color printer, located on the lower level, which costs $0.25 … Continue reading Printing, Copying, Scanning, Faxing
At this point in Winter, we all need a break. If you’re like most people, it’s not feasible to hop on a plane. Instead, try immersing yourself in a new book from a far off place, and travel without leaving your favorite reading nook! Our January Friday Fiction presentation took us around the world with … Continue reading Friday Fiction: Read around the world!