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Health Websites

As Consumer Health Information Specialists, we understand how tempting it is to use Google for all your health questions. Regrettably, a Google search will not always retrieve the best results for you. You have to wade through advertising, misinformation and even scams before you find safe and accurate information you can use.

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Teen Escape Room Zombie Program

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….Hey! … [whispering]….Have you ever heard the expression “there was something in the air?” Well, on October 24th and 27th, there is going to be something in the air. Something big. Something catastrophic. Something that causes… a zombie apocalypse, and it is going to happen right here in Summit County. Unless… unless you sign up to help crack the clues… to help stop this and reverse the effects.

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Free Professional Development with Lynda.com

Would you like to brush up on new software? Maybe you would like to become a become a pro at photography, video editing, or producing podcast? Are you looking to grow in your career but don’t have the time or money to attend professional development workshops? Well the library has just the thing for you – Lynda.com is a website offering video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business fields. Best of all, it is free with your library card. Read on to learn about how you can learn new skills for free, at your own pace, from the comfort of your home.

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Health & Wellness Research Resources

As Covid 19 spread rapidly across our community, knowing where to turn for authoritative health information became more challenging by the day. We’re here to help you find your way to the very best health and medical information, all for free, whether it’s Covid 19 or a health topic completely unrelated to the current pandemic.

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Reentry in Motion: Expedited Pardon Project

The Ohio Governor’s Expedited Pardon Project is designed to speed up the process by which people may receive a pardon. The project was established in collaboration between Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, the Drug Enforcement and Policy Center  at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, and the Reentry Clinic at The University of Akron School of Law.

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