The Virtual Library
The Library Foundation regrets to report that the Tutor.com Learning Suite, including Live Homework Help, co-sponsored by the Fairfax County Public Library and the Fairfax Library Foundation, has ceased due to budget constraints. Please continue to use these online library resources.
Department of Education Awarded Library Foundation $333,000 for Computer Clubhouses
A $333,747 grant was awarded to the Fairfax Library Foundation by the US Department of Education for the establishment of three new Computer Clubhouses. The expansion from three to six clubhouses was made possible through a partnership with The Northern Virginia Technology Council, the Fairfax County Department of Community & Recreation Services, and Fairfax County Public Schools. Additional sites include the James Lee Community Center in Falls Church, the Mott Community Center in Fairfax, and the Reston Teen Center.
"Librarians are experts in information literacy, and the Library Foundation is pleased to contribute to the information literacy skills of Fairfax County youth through these new Computer Clubhouses," says the Library Foundation's Executive Director Roberta Longworth. "The Library Foundation's mission is to enhance our community through Fairfax County Public Library. This includes bridging the digital divide through the 'virtual library.'"