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Update: Masks Requirement for Visitors at Library

Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, Cleveland Public Library will reinstate a requirement for visitors to wear masks inside our buildings starting, Monday, August 23. The mask mandate is in adherence with CDC health guidelines. We believe it will keep our beloved Library patrons and staff safe and healthy. If a visitor does not have a mask, the Library…

Photograph Collection

Main LibraryLouis Stokes Wing4th Floor525 Superior AvenueCleveland, OH 44114216.623.2871Photos@cpl.org Contact: Brian Meggitt With more than 1.3 million photographs, the Photograph Collection is a tremendous resource for historians, film and video professionals, genealogists, sports enthusiasts, fashion designers and students of documentary history. Materials in the Collection are primarily in black and white and cover the period of the 1850s through the 1980s.…

The Cutting Edge of Library Technology

Library’s Telautograph machine

Enjoy a slideshow through time and watch the evolution of Cleveland Public Library’s cutting edge use of technology. From typewritten cataloging and “high-tech” electric erasers at the beginning of the 20th Century to the first computerized online Library Catalog in the 1980s. [slideshow_deploy id=’11603′]

Braille Awareness and Literacy

“The Braille Name Game” “The Braille Name Game” is a learning activity to help raise awareness about braille, and encourage and promote the importance of braille literacy for people who are blind or visually impaired. Players can use the braille alphabet to fill in the braille cells to spell their name, and then type the matching letter below the braille…

Cathy O’Neil on Democracy

Important decisions that affect our lives are made every day. Increasingly, those decisions are made not by humans but by computers.  In theory, this should lead to more fairness since everyone is judged by the same rules, and bias is eliminated. In reality, the algorithms that are used to make these decisions are opaque, unregulated, and uncontestable…even when they’re wrong. …