Check Out Free Tech Devices + WiFi Hotspots to Help With Distance Learning

With more parents having to work from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as students in grades K-College needing help with distance learning, there are a range of technological challenges going on in households across Southern Nevada. The Library District is here to help with FREE access to mobile devices and WiFi Hotspots that you can check out and take home(available to those with a valid library card and who reside in the Library District’s taxing district), as well as even more technology that you can use while visiting any of our 25 library locations. Below is a brief overview of the technology and devices that are available from the Library District seven days a week. If you don't have your free library card yet, you can sign-up for our new digital eCard HERE.
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Homework Help Centers Assist With Distance Learning

The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District offers five Homework Help Centers to help with distance learning located at the Centennial Hills, East Las Vegas, Rainbow, Sunrise and West Las Vegas libraries. These centers have laptops for students to utilize for homework purposes in a dedicated space in each of these branches. Students can take advantage of free printing, extended time to complete homework, and more. These spaces are staffed by District personnel who are happy to help all students. Please call your closest Homework Help library for lab hours and availability. 
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UNLV MFA: Unshelved

Sahara West Library presents: UNLV's MFA candidates displaying 2 & 3 dimensional art elicited from their concept of libraries. Free to the Public. Check it out from September 4, 2020 - November 29, 2020.
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Tiffany Lin: 24 VIEWS

24 VIEWS is a drawing series turned historical and social practice project that investigates the United States Census and its impact on American identity, through drawings based on publicly available Census data. Check it out at Spring Valley Library from October 1, 2020 – December 20, 2020.
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