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Title Date of Webinar
Presidential Pets Through the Ages: The Presidents, the Pets and Resources on Animal Care, and the Importance of Animals in our Lives January 21, 2021
From Woodstock to Your High School Band, from Sesame Street to the Lincoln Theater: Government Resources for Music and the Performing Arts December 10, 2020
Society, Culture and Politics: The Government has Resources to Make you Socially, Culturally and Politically Educated November 19, 2020
Teaching from Home: Government Resources Can Take You from Stressed Out Parent to Best Teacher of the Year Status August 11, 2020
Aliens in Arizona, the Bermuda Triangle, and Area 13: Answering Controversial Questions From Our Users, Calming Fears, and Promoting Government Information as Reliable and Accurate July 16, 2020
Resources Across the Generations: Government Resources to Cover Everyone from The Greatest Generation to Gen Z June 11, 2020
Not Just in English Anymore: Locating and Using Government Resources in Other Languages May 15, 2020
Enjoy That Vacation and Find a New Hobby: Government Resources on Travel, Recreation and Safe and Interesting Hobbies December 11, 2019
Stay Mentally Alert: Government Resources For Good Mental Health July 30, 2019
Grow Your Bank Account: Use Government Resources To Plan Your Current And Future Finances July 24, 2019
Grow Old in Style: Use Government Resources To Add Style, Grace, and Age Well March 21, 2019
Train (Maybe) for the Olympics: Using Government Resources to Learn About Appropriate Exercise January 24, 2019
Nutrition 101: Eat And Drink Your Way Through Government Resources on Good Nutrition September 19, 2018
In Sickness and In Health: U.S. Government resources can protect your health and help when you're sick August 15, 2018
Government Information Resources for Teaching English as a Second Language and Learning English as an Immigrant January 16, 2018
The New Americans Program at Queens Library: 40 Years of Reaching Out to Our Immigrant Communities October 11, 2017
Science Soup, Part Four: How Hot and Stormy Can It Get? NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration): Oceans, Storms and Climate Change April 25, 2017
Science Soup, Part Six - Saving Us from Scary Things: CDC (Centers for Disease Control): Monitoring Our World for Disease March 28, 2017
Science Soup, Part Five: The Air We Breathe and the Water We Drink: The EPA - Keeping Our Environment Safe February 15, 2017
Science Soup Part Three: Rocket Ships and Stars - Out of this World with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) January 25, 2017
Science Soup: Mix your way through the ingredients of some major science databases: Science.gov, PubMed, and WorldWideScience January 11, 2017
Science Soup Part Two: Rocks, Rivers and Trees - the USGS (United States Geological Survey) and the U.S. Forest Service December 06, 2016
Your Public Library: First Stop for Government Information /Tu Biblioteca Pública: Primera Destinación para Información del Gobierno August 17, 2016