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Business Resources
conference tableBusiness resources on topics such as networking and start-ups, and advice from successful entrepreneurs. Visit Guide
College
college buildingChoosing, applying, preparing, and paying for college. Visit guide
Digital Books Show & Tell
ebook readersThe latest information on devices, formats, sources of books, Library services, and news on digital reading.
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Find a Good Book
literary circleNot sure what to read next? Ready for something new? Browse these resources and you're sure to find something good! Visit guide
Genealogy
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Search tips, find records, connect with researchers, and put together your family's history. Visit guide
Health
pill bottlesUp to date resources to help keep you healthy. Visit guide
Homelessness - Resources
homeless sign Provides links to agencies and service providers as well as news, reports and studies.
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Jobs & Careers
pamphlets Resources for job seekers and career changers.
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Language-Learning Resources
speech bubblesFind tools to increase your fluency, help you start fresh, and build your skills.
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News Sources for Everyone
newspaperA guide to finding news on the web. Includes web-only news outlets as well as print/web news sources. Visit guide
Reference Links
starA collection of some of our favorite links from around the web on topics not covered in any of the guides. Visit guide
Surviving Difficult Times
piggy bankResources for those most effected by economic crisis. Visit guide
Travel
globeTravel resources for destinations near and far. Visit guide
Volunteer Resources
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Guides for Teachers & Classes
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Make sure to check out our Middle & High School Teacher's Guide for more resources and inspiration.
Middle & High School Teacher Resources
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Social Media

Resources for Mr. Wood's 21st Century Skills Seminar's social media project.  Visit guide

Career Planning

A guide for 21st Century Skills Seminar students researching and creating career pathways.

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Art Profiles
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Guide for Monterey High students in Mr. Tibbitts' classes. Updated for Fall 2014.

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History Day
history day logoChoose your topic for History Day and conduct your research the right way.
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California Reads
executive order 9066Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston's Farewell to Manzanar and it's implications for Japanese internment and democracy in the 21st century. Visit guide
Getting Started at the Library

Guide for Monterey High students in Century Skills Seminars to get started with their research.  Updated for Spring 2014.  Visit guide

Ceramics
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Resources for Mr. Tibbitts research project on ceramic arts. Updated Spring 2014.


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Issues in Africa
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Guide for Monterey High students in Mr. Sanders 21st Century Seminar. Updated for Fall 2014.

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