A spotlight on National Women’s Conference held in Houston in 1977.
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Welcome to the final part of the Lynda blog series! Today's topics: choosing and watching videos and completing courses on Lynda.com.
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Continuing on the new world of Lynda.com, today we’re talking about creating and editing playlists.
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Every day at the Friends of HPL warehouse we walk in with one goal: Find a new hand for every book and a new story for every home.
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Check out the helpful changes we've made to our Library Events page
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HPL is happy to announce a new digital resource: Lynda.com!
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HMRC's collection of the Slave Narrative Project in Texas contains correspondence, transcripts, photographs and other materials.
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HPL staff reminisce about the impact of Harper Lee's classic To Kill a Mockingbird.
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Gregory School's Scholar-in-Residence program.
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HPL and the Instituto la Paz, a primary school in Mexico City, have cultivated an exciting partnership over the past year.
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Be a part of #ColorOurCollections with the Houston Area Digital Archives Coloring Book.
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Clever, quick-witted, curious yet mischievous… Are these your traits? If so, you may have been born in a Year of the Monkey.
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