I’m Lanna Sell. I currently studying towards my degree in Library Science and Media from the University of Arizona-Global Campus.
After I graduate, I have dreams of travelling the country with my husband, working remotely as a librarian or archivist.
Harris County Public Library provides a wide variety of specialized programs and services. One example is their summer Art Camp. Harris County Public Library works in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts Houston to offer an Art Camp. MFAH Art Camp is for 6-12 years old’s to discover art concepts and history, create original […]
Offering programs and services at a library benefits everyone, including the library itself. The programs are opportunities for continuing education and lifelong learning for residents of all ages and income levels. Programming helps develop a community voice; it helps foster community networks, introduces residents, invites newcomers, and is a safe environment for exploring new ideas. […]
Since 1921, Harris County Public Library has grown from a system of small book stations to 26 branch libraries serving over 1.7 million users countywide. HCPL’s mission is to provide information and resources to enhance lives and strengthen communities through innovative services within and beyond its walls. HCPL.net recently went through some new updates and […]