Category Archives: Reference

“Let’s Talk 3D Printing” Program Celebrates Library Patron’s Creativity, Ingenuity & Success Using the Berkshire Athenaeum’s 3D Printers!

The Berkshire Athenaeum has been offering programming on 3D Printing to all ages using our 2 Ultimaker 2’s and SeeMeCNC Orion models. On October 25, 2017, The Berkshire Athenaeum and the Friends of the Berkshire Athenaeum were pleased to host … Continue reading

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Upgraded Printing – and New Scanning Service

We are thrilled to announce improved public computing and printing service. Following an upgrade  on Friday, March 10, the library is providing better print management to the many patrons who visit to create and print resumes, research papers, and other personal or … Continue reading

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IRS Cuts Back Print Forms Supplied to Libraries

As a courtesy service to our patrons, the Berkshire Athenaeum continues to participate in the IRS Tax Forms Outlet Program (TFOP), providing access to print tax forms and publications shipped to us by the Internal Revenue Service. IRS has notified … Continue reading

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Election 2012: Get the Facts

Not sure how to think about what you hear in political speeches? Here are some fact-checking websites that can help sort the facts from the fiction. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Bipartisan nonprofit … Continue reading

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We are now loaning a Mac Laptop. Or maybe you’d like to try an iPad?

We now have a MacBook Air laptop and an iPad  for library patrons to borrow and use in the library for two hours, made possible by the Friends of the Berkshire Athenaeum. The 11-inch MacBook Air laptop, characterized as the … Continue reading

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