• Over 500 courses, both self-paced and instructor-led. • Can be enrolled in up to 5 classes at a time. • 24/7 access to courses through the library’s website. • Certified instructors available to answer your questions and assess your performance. • Opportunities to connect with other students for an authentic classroom experience. • Accredited as an authorized provider by the International Association for Continuing Education Training (IACET), offering continuing education units on all qualifying courses. http://boydky.universalclass.com/register.htm
Are you a self published author? Submit today to get your eBook into libraries. After submitting to SELF-e, your eBook can be shared with patrons of participating libraries across Kentucky. If your book is selected by Library Journal, it will also be available alongside other great indie reads in participating libraries across the U.S. and Canada
Throughout the month of November, children can write and drop off their letters to Santa at any of our three branches. In December, one letter will be selected each day through December 20 and posted on our Facebook page.
October is Family History Month, and here at BCPL, we are hosting a selection of programs to celebrate and help you discover your roots. October 3 – Using Newspapers Online (6 p.m.) October 12 – Backroom Tour of the Minnie C. Winder Room (6 p.m.) October 13 – Library of Virginia Website Research (6 p.m.) October 18 – Genealogy on Facebook (6 p.m.) October 27 – Guest Speaker: Eddie Price – Ohio River Heritage (2 p.m.)* Guest Speaker: Eddie Price – … Continue reading
BOYD COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY TO PARTNER WITH POAGE DAR FOR “GENEALOGY DETECTIVES” The Boyd County Public Library is excited to announce its involvement in Poage Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution’s Genealogy Detectives. “Genealogy Detectives is a live event that will take place locally Friday, November 18, 2016. Nothing like this has ever been done in our area,” says Poage DAR Regent Amanda Tilsley, “and by presenting this show, we are giving individuals the opportunity to have genealogists trace their … Continue reading
The Teen Library Council (TLC) is a dedicated group of teens ages 13-18 who meet monthly with Elizabeth Crawford, Youth Services Supervisor and other staff to: Discuss and recommend books, movies, music, and more. Help plan selected library programs. Give input on library issues related to teens. Promote reading. Promote use of the library. Promote teen activities. The Teen Library Council (TLC) requires a commitment and application. The Commitment Attendance– The TLC usually meets from 7:00-7:45 pm on the second … Continue reading