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111 N. 4th St.  Moberly, Missouri, 65270

PHONE: 660.263.4426 - FAX: 660.263.4024

Little Dixie Regional Libraries is a two-county library system serving Randolph and Monroe counties in Missouri. We have the main branch (Moberly)  and three (3) branches located in HuntsvilleMadison and Paris.

 

        Little Dixie Regional Libraries exists primarily to meet the informational and recreational needs of all residents within it's service area. The role of the library is to provide access to and actively promote public awareness and usage of materials and services to meet the needs, as well as to preserve the cultural and intellectual heritage of the service area.

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 Welcome to our Online Instruction Center.

Library Offers Access to Online Courses

Never stop learning.  Whether you’re looking for college-level, professional development, or personal enrichment courses, Little Dixie Regional Libraries now offers hundreds of online courses that are accessible anywhere online, 24/7. Gale Courses online courses offer well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction, and interaction with fellow students.

Gain valuable knowledge you can immediately apply to your life or on the job.  Popular course titles include: Accounting Fundamentals, Creating Web Pages, Grant Writing, Introduction to the Office Suite (Word, Excel, etc.), Medical Terminology, Prepare for the GED, Real Estate Investing, Resume Writing Workshop, SAT/ACT Preparation, Secrets of Better Photography, and Start Your Own Small Business.  New courses are introduced monthly to suit the needs and interests of a wide range of learners.

Best of all, library cardholders may enroll in up to five Gale Courses per calendar year, with the library covering the cost of enrollment. 

Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to learn how you can benefit from this great resource.  Or visit  http://ldrl.org