Did you resolve to acquire some new skills this year? Whatever you are hoping to learn, Lynda probably offers a class on the subject.
Besides the in-depth software trainings that Lynda is know for, the site also offers highly specialized classes in diverse artistic subjects, like blues guitar playing and landscape painting, as well as self-improvement courses on topics like effective listening and time management.
These thousands of hours of high-quality educational content are all available to you for free with your library card, and the classes can be browsed and viewed on your computer, mobile device, or smart television.
Washoe County Library invites you spend time together making some fun arts and crafts with our new series, Crafternoon. For the first installment, we'll learn how to make an outdoor tree ornaments that not only look great but will help keep birds fed during these lean winter months.
The newest addition to our virtual galleries is a collection of woodcuts and lino prints by Nathaniel Benjamin. Benjamin is a local printmaker and a founding member of Laika Press, a community printmaking space operating in Reno.
We have compiled our most relevant resources into easy-to-use, clickable document, available in both English and Spanish. Download a copy and have a quick and simple way to find online resources for your teen. A printable, bilingual version is also available.
Sounds can be sweet music to our ears or an overload of unpleasant noise. Sound makes up a small part of a range of vibrations that exist all around us. We can listen to those vibrations more closely with this simple activity involving a fork and some thread.
The Friends of Washoe County Library is a member-supported 501(c)(3) Nevada non-profit organization dedicated to advocating, fundraising, and providing support for the Washoe County Library System.
You can support Friends of Washoe County Library through Amazon Smile. Visit Amazon Smile and select Friends of Washoe County Library. It works just like the regular Amazon website, except a portion of your purchase price will be donated to FWCL.
In response to increasing demand for our online offerings, we have created an easy new way for you to access our digital resources.
If you do not have a Washoe County Library account (or if you have misplaced your card), you can now visit our website and quickly acquire a digital library card, which you can use to check out ebooks and audiobooks, take online courses, and much more.