Knox County Public Library is pleased to announce that Books for the Homebound is now back in service! This free service is for adult Knox County residents who are unable to come to the library without assistance due to a permanent or temporary disability and have no one to pick up materials for them. Once a month, a volunteer will deliver and pick up previous month’s materials for return to the library. Materials for the program are books, books on compact disc, music compact discs and movies.
Those interested in enrolling may contact Books for the Homebound by calling 865-215-8721 or emailing [email protected].
Tools for School from your Library!
Headed back to school? Check out the Library’s online resources for students! Here are a few to get started:
Tutor.com – Expert tutors to help you finish your homework, study for tests and write essays.
LinkedIn Learning – The popular e-learning platform with thousands of video tutorials for writing, music, video production, programming and more.
Gale Ebooks – Encyclopedias for every homework subject, even math.
Oxford Reference – Authoritative reference books covering the full subject spectrum, plus English and bilingual dictionaries, maps and illustrations.
McClung Historical Collection – Local primary sources for history assignments including historic maps, photographs and manuscripts.
Mary Pom Claiborne is assistant director for marketing, communications and development for Knox County Public Library. This week marks her first (of hopefully several) column for KnoxTNToday.com.