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Staff Blog Posts

Staff Blog Posts

Recent Staff Posts

Small Business Strategies to Ride Out the Pandemic

Find resources for small businesses and some advice on crisis leadership. This post contains links to loan applications and SBDC assistance

Illustrious Lives Illuminated: Biography by Gale in Context

Explore the lives of influential contemporary and historical figures through Biography by Gale in Context.

Have You Tried ABCMouse?

A fun database for you and your kids to use together.

April Book of the Month: Frankly in Love

Every month the SCCLD Teen Librarians choose one book as a great read from the library's Teen collection. Check out this month's choice.

International Transgender Day of Visibility

March 31st is International Transgender Day of Visibility - let's honor it with a visit from the Gender Unicorn and book recommendations!

New Early Learning Fun from World Book Encyclopedia Online

Discover new Early Learning activities for your preschooler from World Book Encyclopedia in our Kid's Online Library.

Make Time for Art

Make time to make art. Use these links to find inspiration.

Look at 1920 Census through Ancestry Library

After completing your 2020 census, were you curious how your ancestors answered in the 1920 census? Find out through Ancestry Library.

SCCLD Offers Great Online Encyclopedias for Kids

Need to look up information for a school assignment or just for fun? SCCLD offers online access to great encyclopedias.

Sunday Tea Time: Craft, Read, and Relax

Sunday is the perfect day for tea - and crafts! Read this post for an upcycled tea-themed craft and book recommendations.

Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, and Directories

This blog post describes some of the online resources available at the Santa Clara County Library District.
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