A weakened economy, job loss, tight budgets, and cut backs on leisure activities are signs of the times. But OCLS is a bright spot during these tough times. We offer 15 locations jam packed with free resources and services to help offset your financial burdens. Items delivered to your home, free of charge. Databases chock full of money saving information for business and personal use. Computer classes and language learning software for career advancement, job searching, and much more!
This list includes General Business OneFile, Business Insights: Essentials, New Businesses US, ReferenceUSA, SimplyMap, and Small Business Resource Center, among many others.
We have course tracks for starting a new business, building a business plan, building a Web site for your business, building a computer network for your business, financial management/bookkeeping, and marketing strategies.
These course tracks include computer classes for enhancing your software skills, web development, database development, desktop publishing, bookkeeping, and multimedia.
Log in with your library card information and learn at your own pace, anytime using our interactive tutorials. Topics include Microsoft Office Suite, computer basics, resume writing, and writing business letters.
Class topics include learning how to use the mouse and keyboard, computer basics, resume writing, writing business letters, searching for jobs online, and e-mail.
View books, online resources, and websites to help you find and get a job.
Learn how to use the computer based program ELLIS to read, write, and speak English at your own pace.
If you have a busy schedule and just can't make it to a library location to take a class in person, sign up to attend one of our live online classes from home or work.
View resources for protecting your online transactions. Learn who you can file complaints with and how to avoid identity theft.
A one-stop shop for everything in ocls.info that concerns finances. Access eGuides, databases, book lists, websites, and more!
Learn how to get more for your money by attending a Money Tip$ workshop presented by the Orange County Library System and Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business. Money doesn't grow on trees but it can grow with smart money tips. The Money Tip$ workshops will teach you what you need to know. Get on the right track to growing your money with good information.
This list includes Consumer Reports, Morningstar, Standard & Poors NetAdvantage, and Value Line.
Access the online resources, books, magazines, and Web sites the Library has gathered together to help you in the real estate market.