LIFE Workshop: Genealogy Series

family treeWednesday, May 10, 10:00am
Genealogy: A World of Sources
Mick Stafford, Executive Director of HCC Libraries, gives you a bird’s-eye view of the wealth of genealogy sources online and through your library.

Wednesday, May 17, 10:00am
Genealogy: DNA and Medical Genetics Testing
LSC-Kingwood Professor Brian Shmaefsky reveals the state of the art when it comes to your genes and your health. He discusses the pros and cons of direct-to-consumer DNA tests and explains what they can and cannot tell you.

View the full LIFE Workshop schedule.

Computer Workshops Survey

computer workshops surveyIn an on-going effort to provide quality programming at days and times that fit the community's needs, LSC-CyFair Library would like your assistance in planning for future Computer Workshops.

Help us improve our programming by taking the Computer Workshops Survey. Survey should only take 2-3 minutes.

Thank you!

Computer Workshop - Word: Beginner

microsoft wordHave you ever attended a computer workshop? Now's your chance!

Join us tomorrow morning, April 22, for the Word: Beginner workshop. Come back next Saturday, April 29, for Word: Intermediate.

Workshops are free, and no registration is required. Current Microsoft software includes Office 2016 and Windows 10. Workshops are held in LRNC 105.

• 4/22, Word: Beginner, 9-11am
• 4/29, Word: Intermediate, 9-11am

Note: Please arrive 5-10 minutes early if you need to obtain an HCPL library card or need to activate your current HCPL library card number in the LSC computer login system.

Teen Tech Tuesdays: Makey Makeys

teen tech tuesdaysTuesday, April 4 • 5:00pm • Teen Room
Teen Tech Tuesday: Makey Makeys

Participation limited to 25 teens, ages 12-17.
Registration: pick up ticket at Reference Desk 30 minutes prior to program, at 4:30pm.
 

Guest Lecture & Book Signing by Historian David Greenberg

david greenberg lecture and book signingThe Press Agents' War: Propaganda and World War
How the U.S. Government rallied the American public to fight in World War I.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017
7:00-8:30pm

LSC-CyFair Conference Center, 152/153. 

A guest lecture for students and the community by historian Dr. David Greenberg, professor of History and of Journalism & Media Studies at Rutgers University. After the presentation, Greenberg will sign copies of his latest book, The Republic of Spin: An Inside History of the American Presidency, in the Conference Center lobby.