Kelley works out on one of the library’s new fit desks. The poster,
which is on display at the library, was created to encourage reading.
When Brian Kelley first walked into the library at Palm Beach Community College in 1988, his first question was where are the computers?
Kelley, who was the new library director for the Lake Worth campus, discovered there was only one computer that was still wrapped in its box and hidden in a closet. … Continue reading Kelley reflects on library changes as PBSC career ends
From Contact magazine, Spring 2014
In the spring of 1989, Joanne Cameron walked into a large empty room that was to become part of the new Limestone Creek Elementary School in Jupiter. Her task: to set up a library from scratch.
“I felt a bit overwhelmed, realizing the size of the project at hand,” says Cameron. That intimidation, however, soon turned into excitement as she thought of all the possibilities of the new job. … Continue reading An open book of kindness, passion and knowledge | Joanne Cameron
The Palm Beach State College chapter of the Association of Florida Colleges and the Library Learning Resource Center will hold their annual book sale during National Library Week, which runs April 13-19. The book sale will be held April 14 and 15 on the Lake Worth campus.
A great variety of books, CDs and records will be available on both days from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Library Learning Resource Center/Technology Center courtyard. All of the proceeds will benefit the Palm Beach State AFC chapter and the AFC Scholarship Fund for employees and students. … Continue reading Bargain book prices at Palm Beach State’s annual event