The library offers a variety of digital services, from ebooks to homework help to streaming movies. In fact, there’s a lot to digest when you start looking at all the options, but we’re always here to help. At this exact moment, though, we can’t always help in the ways we used to. Because of the pandemic and the need to practice social distancing at the library, we can’t offer one-on-one tech help, but Wednesday, November 4 at 6:30 pm, we can offer some help on Zoom.
First of all, if you’ve never used Zoom, don’t panic—it’s pretty easy. Here are a couple videos from YouTube we found that might help you figure out Zoom.
So now that you’re hopefully feeling more comfortable with Zoom, that means there’s no reason not to sign up for our Library Online class, in which I’ll guide you through the various electronic services the library offers. I’ll start with an overview, then dig deeper into whichever services the people at the class want to know more about. And I’ll have LOTS of handouts to email folks who attend the class that will walk them through the process of signing up for the various services, as well as reminding folks about the basics of the services, so there’s no pressure to remember everything that gets covered in the class.
If that sounds good to you, I’d love to see you on Zoom in a couple of weeks. And if you can’t make it, all those handouts I’m going to be sharing in class will be available on our website. I’ll be providing a link to those soon, so watch this space!