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With more of our lives being placed online, the Marshall Public Library will be helping residents learn how to protect themselves. As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, the library will host a series of free educational sessions for residents to educate themselves on how to stay safe and secure when navigating today’s online world. Divided into four classes, the sessions will touch on internet safety, e-reputations, scams, and cyberbullying. “In today’s interconnected world, there is seemingly no part of your life that can’t be found online,” said Amy Campbell, Reference Librarian. “Knowing how to navigate online and also the common traps and pitfalls is helpful for anyone.” The classes will be taught by Chris Sorensen, Chief Information Officer for the City of Pocatello, and Dianne Brush, Community Service Specialist for the Pocatello Police Department and a nationally certified Crime Prevention Specialist. Classes will be held each Tuesday in October at 7 p.m. at the Marshall Public Library. For more information on the programs and classes offered by the library, visit marshallpl.org.