E- and Audio books for PC

Mon, 10/01/2012 - 9:30am - 10:30am
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

This workshop is unique and requires registration. During registration you will be asked what device you want to use to read e-books or listen to audio books. This information is necessary to better focus the class because each device requires different instruction.

Topics covered:

  • CamelliaNet, the library's downloadable audio and electronic book catalog
  • connecting to wireless networks
  • selecting, downloading and transferring books
  • syncing your Kindle
  • returning and deleting books when finished

This independent, 1-hour session is part of the library's free weekly technology workshop series designed for beginning to intermediate-level Windows computer users. You may attend all sessions or just pick-and-choose those most interesting to you.

These workshops are open to all library users, and registration is not required during the fall session. Attendees are strongly encouraged to bring their own reading devices (and laptop computers if directed during registration) to the workshop to allow individual practice during the session.

For more information or to register by phone, please contact Maria at 981-2923.

Signups closed for this Class