This article by James McNutt is the first in a series where we hear from our most active collaborators, expanding the conversation on how the library and the 4th floor are helping the community reimagine ways to incubate, educate and create in Chattanooga.
Formerly known as Learn4Life, Gale Courses provides the opportunity to enroll for free into a wide range of highly interactive classes with live instructors, entirely online. Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every...
Borrow free digital video, music, ebooks, comics and audiobooks with your library card. Gain access to thousands of titles – available for instant streaming or temporarily download – and enjoy on your smartphone, tablet or computer. There’s no...
Contains hundreds of full text subject-appropriate periodicals perfect for business schools and entrepreneurs. Provides insights, tips, strategies and success stories.
Treehouse will no longer be available after September 16, 2017.
From zero experience to job-ready! The extensive Treehouse library of step-by-step video courses and training exercises will give you a wide range of...
GIGTANK artists and techies agree, the 4th Floor and the Chattanooga Public Library are Chattanooga’s new intersection of art, technology and education.
As we all might have guessed, demand for 3D printing at the Chattanooga Public Library is more than our Makerbot can keep up with, so we're building a Rostock to help it out.
The Rostock is the most amazing machine we've ever laid eyes on.