Meet our new mascots, George and Gracie Dewey!
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Welcome our new library mascots!
George and Gracie Dewey!
Thank you to all the patrons who came up with names, especially Ms. Veit for her suggestion.
Look forward to future photos of these two around the library
McCord Memorial Library is seeking a part-time library clerk to work 6 – 12 weekday hours & weekend hours on rotation.
The candidate should function well in a busy environment and enjoy working with the public.
Candidate must be flexible, computer literate, Internet-savvy, and able to provide accurate answers to a variety of in-person and telephone queries.
Public interaction experience is essential. Working hours will vary depending on programming needs, scheduling, and associated promotional activities and will require evening and weekend hours. This position reports to the Library Director.
Physical requirements of this position are the ability to: operate computer equipment and keyboards with ease; handle and move 25 lb. tables; sit, walk, and/or stand for extended periods of time; stoop, and reach in a confined area; wheel books or equipment weighing up to 75 lbs.; operate a variety of
computer and standard office machines.
– Current child abuse clearance, current state background clearance, current federal background clearance.
– Library experience preferred.
Monday – Thursday 10-8; Friday & Saturday 10-5.
Begin minimum wage
Submit questions or cover letter/resume to Mary Kieffer at firstname.lastname@example.org with subject heading
A special collection of online databases available for our patrons, based off digitized e-books for the famous Oxford University.
The Oxford Companion to English Literature has long been established as the leading reference resource for students, teachers, scholars, and general readers of English literature. It provides unrivalled coverage of all aspects of English literature ― from writers, their works, and the historical and cultural context in which they wrote, to critics, literary theory, and allusions.
This online edition was reviewed and selectively updated by the original editors in 2011.
From the conjectured identity of the Dark Lady of the Sonnets to the misprints in the First Folio, from Shakespeare’s favourite figures of speech to the staging of Othello in South Africa, a team of 100 internationally renowned scholars provides a lucid, stimulating, and authoritative guide to Shakespeare’s plays and poems, and their interpretation around the world over the last four centuries. Special feature entries on every play are included.