It’s easy to figure out what’s real and what’s imaginary if you’re armed with some critical thinking and fact-checking tools!
- Consider the source
- Read beyond the headline
- Check the author
- Look for supporting sources
- Check the date
- Is it a joke?
- Check your own biases
- Ask the experts
Learn more at FactCheck.org. No comments
Customer Experience Manager (full time)
Reporting to the Director, the Customer Experience Manager is the Library expert in emerging technology acquisition, training, and trends; supervises two Departments: Circulation and Catalog & Acquisitions.
Human Resources Manager (part time, 20-24 hours)
Reporting to the Fiscal Officer, the part time Human Resources Manager will ensure the organization complies with federal, state, local, industry labor and safety laws and policies. Work with the library management team to develop strategies and best practices to support the organization’s long-term strategic growth.
Visit our employment page for an application and complete job descriptions. No comments
New printing costs are now in effect at the library. An increase, our first in many years, is necessary due to paper, ink, and equipment costs.
– The cost to print in black and white will increase from $.05 to $.10
– The cost to print in color will increase from $.25 to $.75
The price for copying in black and white will remain the same at 10 cents per page. No comments
Winter story times will begin January 16 and continue through March 9. All events are free and registration is not required. No comments
• Rock-a-bye Tales: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday at 9:30 a.m.
• Tales Alive: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:15 a.m.; Monday at 11 a.m.
• Family Storytime: Monday at 6:30 p.m.
Check out ten items from the children’s department between December 27 and February 28 to be entered in weekly drawings for great prizes. No comments
Use the free Library Extension for Chrome to see the availability of library books, audiobooks, and eBooks as you browse sites including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Good Reads and more.
– Install the free Library Extension: https://www.libraryextension.com/
– Select Cuyahoga Falls Library under Options
– Browse for books on supported websites
– Borrow instead of buying!
Through the United Way of Summit County’s Imagination Library, preschool children receive free books! Each month, a brand new, age-appropriate book will be mailed to every child enrolled. With the arrival of the first book, the classic “The Little Engine That Could,” children begin to experience the joy of finding their very own book in their mailboxes. These moments continue each month until the child turns five, and in their very last month in the program the book they receive is “Look Out Kindergarten Here I Come.”
All children age birth to five in Summit County are eligible! Click here to sign up. No comments
Hoopla, one of our FREE digital services, has introduced a Kids Mode which limits available content to that appropriate for children 12 and under.
Click here to learn more.
Instantly borrow free digital movies, music, and more, 24/7 with your active Cuyahoga Falls Library card.
Bringing you hundreds of thousands of movies, full music albums, audiobooks and more, hoopla is a revolutionary digital service.
From Hollywood blockbusters to best selling artists and authors – not just the hits, but the niche and hard-to-find as well – you’ll soon discover that hoopla provides you the freedom you’ve been searching for to experience, explore and enjoy what you want, when you want, and where you want.
Simple to access and use, without the hassle of having to return the items you’ve borrowed, all you need is your active Cuyahoga Falls Library card, a web browser, smart phone or tablet to get started. Sign up today! No comments
The circulation desk can now accept credit and debit cards for fines and fees of $5 or more. Includes Visa, MasterCard and Discover.