To try out canva!
Just go to canva.com to get started!
(image made with canva!)
Image files are tough. Nobody likes to deal with them. What’s the difference between PNGs, JPGs, and PDFs? And why do job websites only seem to accept PDFs?
With smallPDF, you can change JPG or PNG files, as well as microsoft word, powerpoint, or excel documents into PDFs. Perfect for saving job applications or other official documents into a format that can’t be edited or tampered with.
Accidentally save your resume only as a PDF? Need to edit the resume you have saved as a PDF? Is Facebook only letting you post an image as a JPG? Need to combine separate PDFs into one PDF?
Have no fear! Smallpdf.com solves all of these problems and more! It’s a free, easy-to-use website that converts files into the format you need! Just go to the website by following any of the links in this post and click on the function you’d like the use!
This event is brought back by popular demand! Come join us for puzzles, board games, and snacks! Event is free and open to families of all ages!
Due to a lack of interest, we have cancelled our NYC bus trip. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please feel free to call the library with any questions or concerns.
Like coding? Looking to try it but don’t know where to start?
Check out Hour of Code, where there are loads of free, fun games that teach you how to code! You can filter games by level, device, length, and more.
Want some more coding inspiration? Check out our previous post about coding, or inquire about our after school program!
You can also click the picture below to try out a short game coded by one of our staff!
Work together to solve clues and “escape” the library!
Going hiking? Like knowing the terrain ahead of time? Love maps?
National Geographic’s got you covered!
They’ve rolled out a free service allowing you to download and print a topographical map of any place in the contiguous United States. Perfect for anyone going on a hike or nature photography expedition. Just click this link to get started!
Looking for free, easy-to-cite pictures? Wonder what it was like to take a trip as an African American in the 1950s? Looking for some historic musical pieces that’ll really knock peoples’ socks off? Like to explore old buildings (without going down to NYC)?
It’s easier than ever, thanks to our friends at the New York Public Library! They’ve just added over 180,000 items to their digital collection of public domain materials as well as tons of cool new features!
You can learn more and start exploring by clicking right here.
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