Tech Tuesdays: Ancestry.com Library Edition

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Join our bi-weekly tech talks on Zoom videoconference to learn about electronic resources and get help with devices, computer software, and tips to bring you from tech-wary to tech-savvy! This week, join librarian, Kayla Del Biondo, for an overview of Ancestry.com and some online search tips. Right now, you can access Ancestry.com remotely with your
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Food Scrap Recycling in New Canaan

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Please join us for this live webinar hosted by New Canaan Library and Planet New Canaan on Thursday, December 10th at 7:00 PM EST. REGISTER HERE Did you know that food that gets thrown away doesn’t really go away, but comes back to us as a financial expense and in the form of serious public
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Glass House Presents: A New Campus for the Rothko Chapel

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Join us for this live webinar on Monday December 14th at 7:00 PM EST. First dedicated in 1971 by philanthropists John and Dominique de Menil as a sacred space for interfaith celebration and social engagement, the Rothko Chapel in Houston displays 14 monumental paintings by Mark Rothko within an octagonal space designed by Philip Johnson,
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Changing the Game: Sports, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning

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Please join us for this live webinar on Tuesday, December 15th at 7:00 PM EST. REGISTER HERE Imagine being able to predict an injury before it happened in a soccer game. Imagine being able to improve your golf swing in seconds with a smartphone app that analyzed your swing in real time. Did you know
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Tech Tuesdays: Microsoft Excel Basics

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Join our bi-weekly tech talks on Zoom videoconference to learn about electronic resources and get help with devices, computer software, and tips to bring you from tech-wary to tech-savvy! This week, join librarian, Samantha Connell, for a basic class in Microsoft Excel. Excel is an incredibly powerful tool for getting meaning out of vast amounts of
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Movements in Cinema: Italian Cinema in the 1960s

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Please join us for this live webinar on Thursday, January 21 at 7 PM EST Although Italian cinema first gained international notoriety with the neorealist films (Open City, Bicycle Thieves) released after WWII, it reached perhaps its greatest commercial and artistic heights in the early 1960s. An economically burgeoning Italy resulted in a vital film
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