What’s new at the library?

• The Beaufort County Library System will present a special film series to complement the “One County Reads One Country” project. Selected films and documentaries focus on various topics related to Afghanistan. The series features “Beauty Academy of Kabul,” “Restrepo,” “Afghan Star,” and more. The showings are free and open to the public. The films will be screened at the Beaufort library at 6 p.m. on Thursday nights.
• The Beaufort County Library system has acquired Brainfuse — a comprehensive suite of online academic services designed to support many learning styles, and accessible for a variety of age groups and academic needs, ranging from children to adult learners.
Brainfuse offers an online on-demand, one on one homework help. In the Writing Lab, students also have the ability to upload a paper and receive a detailed, constructive analysis within 24 hours.
Brainfuse provides SAT, ACT, GED practice tests; an Adult Learning Center, where adults can receive live resume and cover letter assistance, Microsoft Word and Excel skills building, and take practice tests.
Brainfuse, as well as many other learning tools, is available to Beaufort County Library cardholders through the library’s website at beaufortcountylibrary.org.

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