Central Library- Lower Level Alcove
Atlanta- Fulton Public Library System
One Margaret Mitchell Square
Atlanta, GA 30303
What Your Home Says To Your Child about Reading and Writing
Are your televisions, shoes, and barbecue grills displayed more prominently in your home than books? If so, this non-threatening, interactive workshop will model ways to change priorities to change the patterns of your child's reading habits.
"Parents Are The Best Teachers" workshop series at AFPLS
Designed for the Busy, Working Parents and Caregivers who want to help their children succeed but don't know where the time, resources, energy and lessons are going to come from.
All Workshops are Free and held on Thursdays at 11am at the Central Library, Lower Level Alcove. Kids are welcome!
For more info: 404-730-1941
So often we focus on the negatives and tasks we don’t enjoy. This workshop helps participants identify the things about work they enjoy and find satisfying, look at ways of creating more of those items, and develop skill in recognizing and appreciating small accomplishments and savoring small successes.
Jane Bozarth is North Carolina's self-appointed "E-Learning Goddess". While her specialty is in finding ways to cut the high costs of e-learning, Jane is also a popular classroom instructor and motivational speaker. Dr. Bozarth enjoys business writing and author of E-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring, Better than Bullet Points: Creating Engaging E-Learning with PowerPoint, From Analysis to Evaluation: Tools, Tips, and Techniques for Trainers, and Social Media for Trainers
A narrative tour behind the scenes of our everyday lives to see the heart of the Internet itself. When your Internet cable leaves your living room where does it go?
Almost everything about our day-to-day lives—and the broader scheme of human culture—can be found on the Internet. But what is it physically? And where is it really? Our mental map of the network is as blank as the map of the ocean that Columbus carried on his first voyages. The Internet, its material nuts and bolts, is an unexplored territory. Until now. In Tubes, journalist Andrew Blum goes inside the Internet’s physical infrastructure and flips on the lights, revealing an utterly fresh look at the online world we think we know. Tubes combines on-the-ground reporting and lucid explanation into an engaging, mind-bending narrative to help us understand the physical world that underlies our digital lives.