Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Never Stop Learning with Learn4Life

At Mentor Public Library, we never want people to stop learning.

We're not subtle about it either. We named our blog Lifelong Learning at Mentor Public Library. Sure, it's a tad verbose but it gets to the heart of what we're about.

And we don't care what you learn about. Or, to phrase it better, we don't want to tell you what you should be learning. It can be anything -- how to build a deck, how to fry a turkey, how to be a ninja.

We just want to help you find something that fascinates you, and then help you learn everything you can about it.
One of the ways we encourage people to learn is by subscribing to a digital service called Learn4Life. (It used to be called Ed2Go, if that sounds familiar.)

Learn4Life gives you access to free online courses, most of which are taught by college professors, on a variety of subjects.

Accounting, digital photography, college readiness, computer fundamentals, creative writing, alternative medicine, paralegal -- take a look at all of your options. Learn4Life is bound to have something that interests you.

And I can't stress this enough. It's free! All you need is a Mentor Public Library card.

So take a course on Learn4Life. Take three, if you life.

The universe is an interesting place, and there's all sorts of stuff out there that you didn't even know that you wanted to know.

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