Create a video about how your library uses Brainfuse to empower your patrons. Sponsored by Brainfuse Final deadline – June 20, 2014 Video Contest About the Contest Each entrant will create a video demonstrating how his/her library uses Brainfuse to empower his/her patrons. You may have your patrons help create the video. Submission must be
BrainFuse will be attending the 2014 ALA Midwinter Conference January 24 – 28, 2014. Highlights of this year’s conference include: ERT/Booklist Author Forum In an unmissable ERT/Booklist Author Forum at 2014 ALA Midwinter Meeting, five acclaimed children’s book creators—Tonya Bolden, Brian Floca, Kadir Nelson, Steve Sheinkin, and Melissa Sweet—join fellow author and Booklist Books for
Too cold to go out this winter? Don’t let that stop you or your family from accomplishing your goal of striving to learn new things. With a library card and a computer so much is within your reach! Springfield City Library and Brainfuse open Internet world of connections By Janet Stupak Yet again your Springfield
Winter break is over. Sigh. Settle in for a big chunk of uninterrupted school days – plenty of time for you to write a few papers and essays, learn a bunch of new math concepts, absorb all sorts of science-y facts. Need help with any of that? Get tutoring help with Brainfuse! Posted by: Sarah.
It is quite remarkable how well the library fits into so many New Year’s resolutions. And if promising to use your public library more in 2014 is also on that list, your resolution double-dip is a total win-win. We are here to help you be your best and are looking forward to a colorful 2014.
Did you know that one of the most powerful tools you own is right in your wallet or back pocket? You probably carry it with you every day and flip right past it when looking for that grocery store rewards card. Your library card comes with built-in rewards that last a lifetime. Just take a
Is there ever a time when that creative writing class is as useful as when it comes time to write or revise your resume? Or, maybe writing skills that are a little less creative and more critical would be more in order. Whichever it is, creative or critical, getting started with any writing activity is
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Chicago Public Library (CPL) Commissioner Brian Bannon today announced that Teacher in the Library is now offered at all 80 Library locations and the addition of online tutoring help through Brainfuse makes the Chicago Public Library’s homework assistance program the largest and most comprehensive in the nation. Teacher in the Library
Can’t make it to the library, but still need homework help? Then try out brainfuse, our online homework help. Brainfuse is a great resource for those times that going to the library just won’t work. You can log on to Brainfuse for live help Monday-Sunday from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. You do need a