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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Manåmko’ Basic Computer Training

 The Guam Public Library System (GPLS) is pleased to announce the return of the “Manåmko’ Computer Training Class” at the Hagåtña Library.  Registration begins on Tuesday, December 26, 2017.  The first class is to begin on January 22, 2018.

 

Computer classes will be offered until March 1, 2018.   Classes are FREE of charge and are broken down to one (1) week sessions (Monday – Thursday, 9:30am – 1:30pm) and are limited to 6 students per session.

 

GPLS will be teaching basic computer skills, introducing the Manåmko’ to WORD, EXCEL, E-MAIL, and the INTERNET.

 

For more information or to register for a session, please contact Rowena Morales or Jenelle Garrido at 475-4754 or 300-9296.

 

 

NEW COMPUTERS

New Computers at the Dededo Library.

Click Here for Details…

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL 16-3621-003

Relative to the solicitation of art work for the Guam Public Library System Children’s Library

GPLS RFP 16-3621-003 PFA 121415

Addendum no 1 – Wall – GPLS Children’s library Percent Project

Addendum No 2 GPLS RFP 16-3621-003 FINAL 011316

E-BOOKS AVAILABLE

http://gpls.guam.gov/e-books/  

VIDEO GAMES NOW AVAILABLE AT YOUR PUBLIC LIBRARY

The Guam Public Library System is pleased to announce a new library service offered to make your Public Library more enticing to all, especially our island’s adolescence age group.  This library service will expose patrons to all of the other services the Library has to offer and will also encourage them to visit the Library to develop their love of books and reading.

 

PS-4 and X-box 360 game consoles with educational games are now available for use at the Hagåtña Public Library and the five (5) branch locations located in Merizo, Agat, Yona, Barrigada and Dededo.   Funding for the new Gaming Consoles was provided through the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) 2016 Competitive Grant which the Library applied for and was approved in July 2016.

 

GPLS continues providing informative learning opportunities through a variety of ways.  Games are just as much of an educational tool as reading a book. 

 

For more information, please contact Mr. Frank Aflague, Program Coordinator at 475-4753.  You may also visit our Web site at Http://gpls.guam.gov .