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Moscow Public Library is beating the heat with a Frozen Party on Saturday, July 25 at 10:30 am. Elsas and Olafs of all ages are invited to take part with a costume contest, Frozen treats, and a singalong showing of Frozen. For more information, contact Jacki at 882-3925 ext 15 or email@example.com
For information about this year's summer reading program, Every Hero Has a Story, click here!
LIBRARY ASSISTANT III, TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
The Latah County Library District seeks a full-time Library Assistant III in the Technical Services department at the headquarters library in Moscow, Idaho. Duties include receiving and reconciling orders of library materials and supplies, processing and cataloging library materials, maintaining statistical records, and participating in staff and professional development activities.
Requires high school diploma or GED, library or comparable experience, an understanding of MARC records, excellent computer and communication skills, knowledge of library functions, excellent attention to detail, and the ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Salary range: $13.20 to $14.38 per hour, depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefit package. Application deadline: July 31, 2015.
For additional responsibilities and requirements, as well as application instructions, please click here.
Latah County Library now offers Latah County residents with a valid library card access to Pronunciator, a digital language learning service. Learning a language has never been easier with Pronunciator. Learn over 75 different languages using a diverse curriculum that features pronunciation analysis, audio lessons, and a variety of self-testing methods. Pronunciator requires Adobe Flash to operate; click here to check your version or download. Click here to get started on Flipster.
Flipster offers the ability to browse high quality digital versions of popular magazines or search for topics of interest. Current and back issues of magazines can be downloaded via an app to iPads, iPad Minis, iPhones and Android-based platforms for offline reading anytime, anywhere. Flipster is easy to use and navigate, and allows users to zoom in and out for better readability. Click here to get started on Flipster.
Explore features of the online catalog
The VALNet consortium catalog operates using Koha software. The company managing the system, ByWater Solutions, offers online training videos for patrons. See tutorials.
Download eBooks and eAudio
OverDrive, a downloadable audio and e-book service, is now available to our patrons. To see what's currently available and to download an e-book or audio book, click image or here.