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Fab Lab Tulsa - TCC Students to have Hands-On Fabrication Experience

Tulsa Community College will become the first educational partner for Fab Lab Tulsa, short for Fabrication Laboratory, offering both professors and students the opportunity to work directly with computer-controlled fabrication technology, including 3D printers and laser cutters used in the industry.

Fab Lab Tulsa is a non-profit community workspace in Tulsa that features a variety of computer-controlled fabrication technology, including 3D printers and laser cutters, serving numerous industries ranging from engineering to interior design.

layman's legal -- june 13

Join us Wednesday June 13 at 10 a.m. for another installment of Layman's Legal. This month's session features Kimberly Waite, attorney with Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, discussing landlord/tenant issues and a pro bono program available through the Tulsa County District Court.

The details again...
Layman's Legal: Landlord/Tenant Issues
When: Wednesday, June 13 -- 10-11 a.m.
Where: Central Library, Lecture Room (4th Street & Denver Ave)

I'm interested in helping someone learn to read. How do I apply to become a literacy tutor at the library?

Recent statistics indicate that approximately 1 in 6 adults in Oklahoma perform at the most basic or below basic literacy levels. The Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service, located at the Central Library, promotes literacy across the lifespan through emergent and family literacy outreach initiatives and adult basic and English language instruction.

Attachments, Re@l Love, and Me by Laura Raphael

I fell in love with my future husband through email in the year 2000. If I were a Jane Austen heroine, it would have been missives written with a quill by candlelight by Mr. Raphael and Miss Clapp, but in our case, it was the then-fairly-new phenomenon of an online dating site, the odd screen-names of “poewhit” and “bookchick”, and the far-less romantic electronic bits and bytes, zeroes and ones.

 

Rekindling an Old Flame by Rebecca Howard

Sometimes the memory of a book is better than the book itself.  It can be a little heartbreaking to reread a novel that greatly impacted you in your teenage years only to discover that the main character is whiny, narcissistic, selfish, and deluded.  Or, you might realize that the language you thought was so fluid and poetic is actually sappy, overworked mush.  Wuthering Heights is among one of my favorite novels, but I read it twenty yea

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