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Toronto Public Library - Toronto Reference Library

789 Yonge Street
Toronto, Ontario, M4W 2G8

Canada

416-395-5577

Type: Library

Web site: http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/detail.jsp?Nr=p_cat_branch_name:Toronto%20Reference%20Library

Events: http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/pro_trl.js… (updated February 2009)

Twitter account: @torontolibrary

Amenities: wifi, food/drink

Description: Toronto's main public reference library. (Note that the map at right shows an incorrect location for this address. The library is one block north of Bloor St. and Yonge St.)

Added by: LolaWalser.  Contacted: Not contacted.  Venue ID: 897

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Upcoming events

Apr
26
Toronto Writers' Co-operative (Sunday, April 26 at 2pm)
The Toronto Writers' Co-op offers weekly workshops, guest authors, member readings, open mic and publications--your opportunity to polish, publish and perform your work.
(thebookpile)
Apr
27
Web Basics III (Monday, April 27 at 10am)
Improve search techniques to master search engines and their advanced features. Web Basics II is the recommended prerequisite. Keyboarding and mouse skills required. Call 416-393-7209 to register. (thebookpile)
Apr
27
Create a Facebook Page For Your Business (Monday, April 27 at 6pm)
Learn about company Facebook Pages and how they can be useful for your business. Create a basic Page in class. A valid email account is required.

Online registration is required for this workshop. Space is limited. To reserve a ticket, click on the link below:
(thebookpile)
Apr
28
Do Canada and the United States have striking resemblances? (Tuesday, April 28 at 1pm)
Much has been said about American exceptionalism -- the idea that the
United States is truly different from all other countries and in a
fundamental ways. It's a point that Canadians are well equipped to comment on -- but their observations tend to reinforce the American claim. It is however possible to argue the contrary -- especially for Canadians. Without denying that all countries are different from one another.
Speaker: Robert Bothwell, professor of history and director of the International Relations Program at the University of Toronto. (thebookpile)
… (more)
Apr
28
Social Networking (Tuesday, April 28 at 2pm)
Discover new ways of creating and sharing information on the Internet, including blogging, photo sharing and social networks. Basic keyboarding and mouse skills required. Call 416-393-7209 to register. (thebookpile)
Apr
28
Citizenship Mentoring - Spring Session (Tuesday, April 28 at 6pm)
A 10-session mentoring program for newcomers covering all the topics in "Discovering Canada" the citizenship book. In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, CultureLink and Toronto Public Library.
(thebookpile)
Apr
29
Research Skills (Wednesday, April 29 at 2pm)
Research strategies, including the library book collections and online journal and magazine articles. Keyboarding skills required. Bring your library card. Call 416-393-7209 to register. (thebookpile)
Apr
29
Looking for a Job? What to Say? (Wednesday, April 29 at 6:30pm)
Career counselor Colleen Clarke will provide you with tools that will assist you in all the networking, advice calls and interviews that you participate in. You will learn how to briefly describe what profession you are in, how to create a metaphor that describes your profession and what you do. (thebookpile)
Apr
30
Word Basics Part II: Formatting (Thursday, April 30 at 10am)
Learn to edit and format text, use bullets, and more. An introduction to Microsoft Word 2010. Basic keyboarding and mouse skills required. Call 416-393-7209 to register. (thebookpile)
Apr
30
PowerPoint Basics (Thursday, April 30 at 2pm)
Learn to open, create and edit presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. Basic keyboarding and mouse skills are required. Call 416-393-7209 to register. (thebookpile)
Apr
30
Non-fiction Book Club (Thursday, April 30 at 6pm)
A book club for people looking to read thought-provoking books. If you like to read non-fiction, this is the place!

For more information and this month's book title please visit
http://www.meetup.com/Non-fictionBookclubToronto/
(thebookpile)… (more)
May
1
Internet Safety (Friday, May 1 at 2pm)
Learn to keep your information safe online. Topics covered include creating strong passwords, using email safely, identifying and avoiding online scams, shopping online securely, and more. To register call 416-393-7209. (thebookpile)
May
3
Toronto Writers' Co-operative (Sunday, May 3 at 2pm)
The Toronto Writers' Co-op offers weekly workshops, guest authors, member readings, open mic and publications--your opportunity to polish, publish and perform your work.
(thebookpile)
May
4
Doing Investment Research Online (Monday, May 4 at 6pm)
Learn how to use investment databases: Financial Post Advisor and Value Line Research Centre.

Online registration is required for this workshop. Space is limited. To reserve a ticket, click on the link below:

(thebookpile)
May
5
Internet Safety (Tuesday, May 5 at 10am)
Learn to keep your information safe online. Topics covered include creating strong passwords, using email safely, identifying and avoiding online scams, shopping online securely, and more. To register call 416-393-7209. (thebookpile)
May
5
Blogger: Setting Up an Account (Tuesday, May 5 at 2pm)
Set up your blog, using Blogger, begin writing posts and learn to manage your settings. Call 416-393-7209 to register. (thebookpile)
May
5
Citizenship Mentoring - Spring Session (Tuesday, May 5 at 6pm)
A 10-session mentoring program for newcomers covering all the topics in "Discovering Canada" the citizenship book. In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, CultureLink and Toronto Public Library.
(thebookpile)
May
5
Une Causerie Littéraire (Tuesday, May 5 at 7pm)
Venez découvrir votre prochain coup-de-coeur durant cette discussion de romans classiques, contemporains, et graphiques. (thebookpile)
May
6
Excel Basics (Wednesday, May 6 at 10am)
An introduction to Excel Basics 2013. Learn to create, save, and edit a file, formatting and more. Basic keyboarding and mouse skills required.

Online registration is required for this workshop. Space is limited. To reserve a ticket, click on the link below: (thebookpile)
May
6
Building a Career in Intergenerational Work Enviorment (Wednesday, May 6 at 6:30pm)
Ahmad-Shah Durnai-Khan, the author of The Leadership Zone, explains how to build a strong career in an inter-generational organizational setting that requires people working together for common goals. The impact of inter-generational dynamics has a lot to do with how to plan for and design the career path.This presentation covers such dynamics and provides tools to effectively deal with a team building, transforming a team goals to personal goals, leadership styles and managing change. (thebookpile)… (more)
May
10
Toronto Writers' Co-operative (Sunday, May 10 at 2pm)
The Toronto Writers' Co-op offers weekly workshops, guest authors, member readings, open mic and publications--your opportunity to polish, publish and perform your work.
(thebookpile)
May
12
PowerPoint Basics (Tuesday, May 12 at 10am)
Learn to open, create and edit presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. Basic keyboarding and mouse skills are required. Call 416-393-7209 to register. (thebookpile)
May
12
Citizenship Mentoring - Spring Session (Tuesday, May 12 at 6pm)
A 10-session mentoring program for newcomers covering all the topics in "Discovering Canada" the citizenship book. In partnership with Citizenship and Immigration Canada, CultureLink and Toronto Public Library.
(thebookpile)
May
13
To Will or not to Will (Wednesday, May 13 at 1:30pm)
Barry Corbin and Doug Flanders will cover the importance of Wills, Powers of Attorney, information for heirs and charities, and the pitfalls of not planning your Will. To reserve your seat for this session please call 416-397-5924. (thebookpile)
May
13
eBooks, eMagazines and online Movies (Wednesday, May 13 at 2pm)
Create an account and learn how to download eBooks, Zinio eMagazines and hoopla to your computer, eBook reader and mobile device. A valid library card is required. Please call 416-393-7209 to register.

(thebookpile)

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