While YouTube is great for entertaining videos, you have to dig pretty deep to find educational stuff (or know what you're looking for). Below is a short list of educational video sites:
Academic Earth - Selected lectures from top professors at Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale. Subjects range from Astronomy to Religion.
Transfer photos onto a computer, use MS Photo Editor to crop, rotate and resize pictures, plus email them. Visit print processing websites too. Please leave your camera and photos at home. Prerequisite: Mouse and keyboarding skills.
These eight stations are for kids and their parents, and have the Microsoft Office suite as well as games and Internet access. Kids and parents can surf with or next to each other, or parents can get things done while kids play games or do homework.
Here are ten ways to get the most out of your library:
Parents – are you mystified by MySpace? Unsure of all the hype surrounding social networking?
- Go to http://www.google.com/ig
- If you already have a Google Account for their other services, just sign in.
With the upcoming conversion to digital TV, a brief review of the March/09 edition of Consumer Reports might prove beneficial.