4 New Strategies to Know About Your Library

(Jackson Hole, Wyo.) – The library is here for YOU! To evolve with the current needs of our community, we conducted a survey in 2016. You responded, 1,100 of you told us what our library means to you. Now it’s our turn to respond. Here are 4 new strategies based on your input.

#1 Learn a new skill online, on your time

Across the board we found that you see our library as more than a place to check out books but also a place for personal and professional growth.

In response, we introduced a new, top-of-the-line online learning program, called Lynda. Click here to access to over 5,000 classes in business, technology and creative skills taught by industry experts. You can even learn to play the ukulele!

#2 Master your computer or smartphone with one-on-one help

We live in an intelligent, fast-paced world with amazing opportunities for learning. But unlocking those possibilities may be frustrating if you don’t know how. Click here to learn more about our new one-on-one help options.

#3 Tap into offerings for early literacy, parent education and family support

This is the place where your family’s love of learning starts. In 2017, our staff is increasing their expertise to support you and your child by going through the national Family Place Library training and certification. Learn more about this amazing program here.

#4 New Alta hours = more access over the hill

You asked for more hours to visit your Alta Branch Library so we added some, including Wednesday evenings and Fridays. See our new Alta hours here.

We will continue to evolve and grow with YOU, Teton County.

Teton County Library
Main: 307-733-2164
Alta: 307-353-2505

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