Do you have 2024 New Year's Resolutions?
Meet your goals with our digital resources!
New year, new you, right? But where do you even begin with those resolutions? Don't worry, Nesmith Library is here to help!
Did you know our online databases are bursting with resources to help you crush your 2024 resolutions? Our librarians recently revealed their 2024 resolutions, and now they're ready to tell you how they plan to achieve them!
Read less, craft more!
Teen Services Librarian Molly wants to spend more time crafting this year.
With crafting database Creativebug, she's got a wealth of options at her fingertips.
Whether she wants to explore sewing or paper crafts, Creativebug has a class for it!
Stay up to date on current events.
Sam is endeavoring to keep up to date on current events!
An enviable goal, for sure, but an easily achieveable one with access to the U.S. Major Dailies through Nesmith Library!
With access to Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post, Sam can keep up to date on news from around the country.
All for the low cost of entering her library card number.
Learn American Sign Language.
Courtney's expanding her ability to provide excellent service to our community by trying to learn American Sign Language.
With Transparent Language's ASL for Librarian's class, she'll have the basics down in no time!
Buy a new car.
Big purchaes require big research. JoAnn is willing to put in the hours to test drive, but knows she can rely on Consumer Reports for the best ratings and reviews on new cars.
With access to their buying guides and the full catalog of ratings, she'll be able to make an informed decision -- too bad picking a color isn't as easy!
Math. Learn math.
Stephanie never really got the handle of fractions or multiplication tables, but not for lack of trying!
Some of these skills just get dusty over time.
To get her started on her math journey, she can turn to the courses in Learning Express for anything from basic math to calculus and statistics!
Learn how to make Japanese food.
Maria's resolution is to learn how to make Japanese food.
Not only does this resolution teach her something new, it's a way to honor her mother in law.
The GMILCS consortium gives her access to a wide variety of cookbooks, and her Nesmith Library card gets her on to AtoZ Food America, which has recipes for many Japanese and Japanese American dishes.
Learn my family history.
Even though Vickie has a wealth of information about her family's past, she's always looking to learn more!