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Access over 800 online practice tests and interactive skill-building tutorials to help launch or advance your career --- Prepare for professional certification, licensing, and aptitude tests in civil service, law enforcement, firefighting, EMT, real estate, and healthcare, among others --- Prepare for college and graduate school admissions tests including the SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT --- Successfully prepare for the GED exam when working toward a high school diploma --- Dramatically improve or refresh basic skills in reading, writing, and math.
Story Time @ Sunnyvale Public Library
The last Story Time for the Spring session is May 4. More events will be coming when the Summer Reading Challenge begins on June 7. For more information please call 972-226-4491.
Atriuum On-the-Go App
The Atriuum mobile app gives you instant access to the library's catalog from your favorite mobile device. Search for books, DVDs, CDs and more. Want to know if a new release is available at your library? While you are at your favorite book store, use the scan ISBN feature to capture the ISBN located on the physical item and search the library's collection. CLICK HERE for instructions on how to download and configure Atriuum On-the-Go for Android and iOS devices.
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Friends of the Library Ongoing Book Sale
The Book Nook, operated by the Friends of the Sunnyvale Public Library, is located in the back of the library by the copier. The sale offers adult and children's fiction and nonfiction in hardcover and paperback, as well as CDs, DVDs, videocassettes, magazines and books on audio cassette. The collection is updated weekly with prices ranging from 10¢ to $2.00. Proceeds from the book sale are used to support programs and services at the library. To keep the book sale going, the Friends of the Library depend on donations from the public. Sort through your books, movies, music and magazines, and bring in your unwanted items to the library anytime during library hours. Tax deduction slips are available - just ask. Thank you
Wireless Access @ Sunnyvale Public Library
The Library's network is open to all visitors FREE of charge. No special encryption settings, user names or passwords are required. Laptop owners are responsible for setting up their equipment to access the wireless network. The Library Staff is unable to handle customer laptops or peripheral equipment. Please keep in mind the wireless network is not secure and is an open network. Information sent to or from your laptop can be captured by anyone else with a wireless device.
eBooks are coming to the Sunnyvale Public Library. Project Gutenberg offers over 36,000 FREE ebooks to download to your PC, Kindle, Android, iOS or other portable devise. Choose between ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats. Project Gutenberg adds an average of over fifty new ebooks each week. These are primarily works of literature from the Western cultural tradition. In addition to literature such as novels, poetry, short stories and drama, Project Gutenberg also has cookbooks, reference works and issues of periodicals. Click here to get started.
4Tests Online Test Prep
Your FREE one stop practice test site for High School, College, Professional and Standardized exams. 4Tests partners with Barrons Education, and features full-length practice exams and tutorials. Test yourself by clicking here.
Try these FREE databases filled with magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and other materials to help you discover more on any subject, from general interest to business, hobbies, genealogy and more. Please see your librarian for a username and password then CLICK HERE.
Texas Workskills Development in Libraries
Looking for a job? Try these career resources for FREE! You will find help, information and a schedule of workshops regarding resume preparation, writing cover letters, online application completion, job hunting strategies and interviewing techniques. You will also find links to self-paced tutorials, lists of agencies offering training by region, and much more. We invite you to explore this site which will be constantly updated as information becomes available. Enhance you job skills by clicking here.
Libraries for Democracy
Libraries for Democracy is dedicated to providing you, the citizens of America, with factual useful information on politics and the important social issues of the day. The purpose is to help all Americans become better informed, more effective citizens. Without your informed participation, America could easily cease to be a democracy. Libraries for Democracy will try to make it interesting, worthwhile, and even fun to be well-informed about politics and social issues. Stay informed by clicking here.
Texas Talking Book Program
The Talking Book Program provides FREE library services to Texans who are unable to read standard print material due to visual, physical or reading disabilities. Items are delivered right to your door and and returned through the mail free of charge. The program offers more that 80,000 titles in fiction and nonfiction, plus 80 national magazines for adults and children. To find information on the program click here.
Ask a Librarian
Can't find the answer you're looking for? Try this FREE help from the Library of Congress. They provide basic research assistance with answers to queries requiring resources unique to the Library of Congress. Responses are usually within 5 business days. Please note that the scope of the services does not include: compilation of extensive bibliographies, requests for information connected with contests, completion of school or work assignments, translations or research in heraldry or family history. Click here for help.
TexShare Card Program
Registered patrons of the Sunnyvale Public Library can obtain a FREE TexShare Card from the Sunnyvale Public Library and use the card to borrow materials directly from other participating libraries. Patrons must be Sunnyvale Public Library card holders in good standing (no fines, fees or overdue materials) for at least 6 months and agree to comply with the borrowing policies of both the lending library and the Sunnyvale Public Library. TexShare Cards expire after 6 months and must be renewed in person at the Sunnyvale Public Library.
Campbell's Labels for Education
You can help the library earn FREE merchandise like computers, AV equipment, reference books and more! All you have to do is clip and save the UPC labels or lids from Campbell's and other participating brands and bring them to the library and deposit them in the Campbell's bin. For more details and a complete list of eligible product and what to save, visit the Labels for Education website by clicking here.