Get new tech under the tree this year? Learn how to use it at the Huntington and Markle Libraries during Learn Your Tech workshops

So you finally got that e-reader you’ve always wanted. Or, perhaps you got a new laptop or smartphone. Maybe you even got a new camera! Whatever the technology, the Huntington and Markle Libraries are here to help you learn how to use it. The libraries will have staff on hand to sit down with you…

Learn to use computers with ease during Huntington Library’s Computer Basics class

Oftentimes the hardest part of getting something accomplished is getting started. Computers can be complicated; getting started using one can be complicated as well. The Huntington Library aims to make this easier with a Computer Basics class at 1pm Tuesday, October 13th, during which library staff will cover the basics of computer use and doing…

Tuesday Tip: Use our databases for test prep, scholarship searching, career guidance, and more

Continuing on our education theme with Tuesday Tips, this week we’re showcasing a couple of our databases that help with test preparations and generally furthering your education! If you’re studying for tests such as the GRE, SAT, ACT, Advanced Placement, or even the US Citizenship Test, the Gale Testing & Education Reference Center‘s here to…

Huntington City-Township Public Library Tuesday Tip

Tuesday Tip – Use our Chilton database to find car and other automobile manuals, recalls, and more

Tired of using the extremely thick and heavy Chilton car manuals from our Reference collection? The Chilton Library online database contains all of the information these manuals contain, but online and ready for you to print what you need! The database provides exclusive photographs, diagnostics, step-by-step repair procedures, OEM maintenance schedules, wiring diagrams, recalls and…

Huntington City-Township Public Library Tuesday Tip

Tuesday Tip – Find your family history with the Indiana Room and our genealogy databases

We have many resources available to those wishing to work on their genealogy, with our main resource being our established and highly respected Indiana Room. Dedicated to local history and genealogy, the Indiana Room has newspapers, periodicals, records, books, and more from hundreds of years of local and national history, as well as staff trained on…