Testing & Education Reference Center

SAT stress got you down?  Check out one of our favorite resources – the Testing & Education Reference Center!  This database is amazing.  You can practice writing and math skills, do test prep for all kinds of different exams (like the SAT, the GMAT, and the US Citizen Test), and try out their resume builder […]

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Patron Appreciation Day is happening Sunday, March 24th!

Take a look at all the great things happening on Sunday in our flier, linked below. Entertainment, prizes, scavenger hunts, henna, face painting, and more! The fun starts at 1 pm and goes until 4:30. Free to the public, open to all, and lots of great fun for the whole family. It’s our way of […]

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You may be a teacher, but you still have homework!

Need to brush up on literacy standards or curriculum development? The Teacher Reference Center (TRC) offered by EBSCO can help! TRC is a research database just for teachers that provides indexing and abstracts for more than 220 peer-reviewed journals. The subjects covered include: Assessment, Best Practices, Current Pedagogical Research, Curriculum Development, Elementary Education, Higher Education, […]

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Safari Books Online for all Your Technology Needs

Safari Books Online was built around the O’Reilly technical manuals for IT professionals who didn’t want to buy manuals every time a change was made in their hardware or software. With your Haverhill library card you have access to almost 4,000 titles, none of which are older than 3 years ensuring that the content is […]

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Haverhill, Louis B. Mayer, and the Academy Awards

Louis B. Mayer 1885-1957 After several years working at his father-son scrap business in Boston, Mayer grew tired of the family business. Lucky for him, in 1907, a friend informed Mayer of a rundown burlesque theater for rent in Haverhill, known as the Gem (or to locals as either the “Germ” or “Garlic Box”). Mayer […]

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