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I'd like to buy my parents a digital camera, but don't know much about the brands or features. Where can I find something that will help me make the best decision?

The library has online access to Consumer Reports, a magazine that specializes in product testing and comparisons to help buyers make the most of their money. In order to search the magazine's contents, first go to the library's home page and do a title search for 'Consumer Reports Online', then click on the top result by the same name.

I'm looking for work, but I'm stuck. I need help putting together a resume and finding job openings. Can the library help me?

Join us for Job Lab, an open computer lab just for job seekers. Job Lab is offered at Martin Regional, Rudisill Regional, and Central Libraries. Upcoming dates are:

Martin Regional Library, Computer Lab - 2601 S. Garnett Rd - Every Monday (except holidays) - 9-11am

Central Library, Computer Training Room - 400 Civic Center - Monday, November 26th & Thursday, December 13th - 2-3:30pm

Rudisill Regional Library, Computer Lab - 1520 N. Hartford - Tuesday, November 27th - 1-3pm (Preregistration required for this location. Call 918-549-7645 to register.)

I would like to take my daughter to storytime, but she is only 2 years old. Do you have storytimes for 2 year olds at the library?

The library offers special storytime programs for young children, including those who are newborn to age 2. These storytimes are typically called My First Storytime and they are held at many of our 25 locations. During the 0-2 year old storytimes, children and parents can enjoy developmentally appropriate songs, finger plays, and stories in a fun and nurturing setting. To find a storytime at a location near you, consult the Kids page, which is found under the Interests tab.

The Presidential debates have started, which means the election is around the corner. What sort of information does the library have on the candidates and ballot questions?

Our Government Documents page has a section on the 2012 election, including lists of the candidates for Federal and State Offices, and information on the six state questions that Oklahomans are being asked to decide. The page also includes a number of voter guides from outside sources such as the League of Women Voters and various newspapers, both local and nationwide.

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