by Diane Rogers
Special to The R-C

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November 19, 2013
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Digital library now open 24-hours a day

Say you’re a ninth grader preparing for an upcoming science fair. It’s 8 p.m. on a Sunday night and you’ve got a research question you’d like to explore–but the library is closed. Or is it? As it happens, the Douglas County Public Library has a new digital branch that is open for business around the clock. What’s more, a new online resource center called BrainFuse is available — at any hour — to anyone with a library card and password. Geared for students in grades one through college, BrainFuse is more about examining questions than providing direct answers. Say you …

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