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Top Five Books on: The Future of Work and the Forces at Play

Recently, I attended the first of four strategic planning workshops called Vision of a Minuteman, hosted by Revere Local Schools. The purpose is to give the community a voice around shaping the goals, objectives, and skills they feel students will need to be college- and career-ready.   As a Teen Librarian, Branch Manager, and parent, I find this topic fascinating.  

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Applying to College During a Pandemic

Trying to decide your plans after high school is stressful in a normal year and the pandemic has surely taken that stress to the next level. In an effort to shed some light on the changes colleges have made to the admission process and to take a little of the stress away, here are a few articles to guide students and parents as they begin the admissions process. Also included are a few eBook recommendations available from Hoopla.

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Finding Information About Physicians

When it comes to choosing a new doctor, we all want the best. A ranking –like Consumer Reports does for products—would be most welcome! Unfortunately, it does not work like that. Research on physicians requires a little bit of patience and knowing where to look. On our Health Information Center page, we have gathered a list of resources that will help you navigate which doctor might be best for you.

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Who wants to do a Science Fair Project?

We rely on science to make sense of our world every day.  Understanding and conversing about science is a valuable skill.  But with the jam-packed schedules so many kids and their families have, why would anyone want to tackle a science fair project?  Besides it being a school assignment, of course.

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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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