Adults

Facebook for iPad

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

Session topics:

  • Downloading the Facebook app
  • Locating and adding friends
  • Uploading pictures

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

Tips & Tricks for iPad

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

Session topics:

  • Switching between Apps, closing and removing apps
  • Rearranging Icons
  • Creating Folders
  • Typing Faster & using Special Characters
  • Cut, Copy and Paste
  • Changing Wallpapers
  • Use your iPad as a Digital Photo Frame
  • and much more!

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

Basics for iPad

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

Session topics:

  • Hardware overview
  • Search Engine
  • Apps
  • Settings

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

Open Question Session for Windows 8

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

This session is entirely attendee directed. Please come with any questions you have about using your new Windows 8 computer and we will discuss the answers as a group. You might be amazed by how many other people share your exact question.

This independent, 1-hour session is part of the library's free technology training offerings. Please bring your computer and power cord to the session.

Open Question Session for Windows 8

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

This session is entirely attendee directed. Please come with any questions you have about using your new Windows 8 computer and we will discuss the answers as a group. You might be amazed by how many other people share your exact question.

This independent, 1-hour session is part of the library's free technology training offerings. Please bring your computer and power cord to the session.

Open Question Session for Windows 8

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

This session is entirely attendee directed. Please come with any questions you have about using your new Windows 8 computer and we will discuss the answers as a group. You might be amazed by how many other people share your exact question.

This independent, 1-hour session is part of the library's free technology training offerings. Please bring your computer and power cord to the session.

Library eBooks for Nook

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

The help you need to get started reading free library books on your Nook.

This class will introduce CamelliaNet, the library's downloadable audio and electronic book catalog. We will practice:

Library eBooks for Nook

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

The help you need to get started reading free library books on your Nook.

This class will introduce CamelliaNet, the library's downloadable audio and electronic book catalog. We will practice:

Library eBooks for Kindle

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

We can help you get started reading free library books on your Kindle, Kindle Touch or Fire.

This class will introduce CamelliaNet, the library's downloadable audio and electronic book catalog. We will practice:

  • connecting to wireless networks
  • selecting, downloading and transferring books
  • syncing your Kindle
  • returning and deleting books when finished

Please bring to class: your laptop computer, Kindle and the data cables necessary to connect the two.

Library eBooks for Kindle

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Library Meeting Room

We can help you get started reading free library books on your Kindle, Kindle Touch or Fire.

This class will introduce CamelliaNet, the library's downloadable audio and electronic book catalog. We will practice:

  • connecting to wireless networks
  • selecting, downloading and transferring books
  • syncing your Kindle
  • returning and deleting books when finished

Please bring to class: your laptop computer, Kindle and the data cables necessary to connect the two.

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