Social & Digital Media

Learn Social/Digital Media @ Your Library

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Introduction to eBooks & Audiobooks  Audio Books

Learn to use eBooks & audiobooks from your library on e-readers like the Nook, iPad and on your PC or MAC. This workshop with take you through creating an Adobe ID, installing Adobe Digital Editions, and downloading an e-book and audio book to your e-reader or Windows/MAC computers.

Prerequisite: Basic computer skills, e-mail account and MHLS Library card with valid PIN required. Apple ID required for iPad users.

Introduction to iPad

New to iPad? Come into this workshop and become familiar with your iPad’s  touch screen user interface & functions of various buttons. Also learn how to setup your e-mail for easy access, learn about each installed app/icons and how to find/add additional apps from thousands of apps that have been developed for the iPad. Get answers to your own questions about iPad. We recommend to bring your iPad to this workshop.

Prerequisite: e-mail account and/or Apple ID are required.

Introduction to Facebook

 FacebookWant to connect and share with people in your life? Establish your online social network! Learn the basics of Facebook and how to create and use your own account—search & connect with friends & family members, “like” your favorite organizations, and more!

Prerequisite: Internet 101 and e-mail account.

Introduction to LinkedIn

LinkedInWant to establish your online professional profile, stay in touch with colleagues and expand your professional network? This workshop will walk you through the setup of your own LinkedIn profile, establishing connections, joining professional groups and more.

Prerequisite: Internet 101 and e-mail account.

Learn to Work With Your Digital Photos

Learn how to edit your vacation, holiday or everyday pictures from your digital camera. We’ll help you get your pictures from your camera to the computer. We’ll show you how to email or share them on websites.   Then we’ll help you save your photos on a USB/Flash drive (must bring your own drive).  If you don’t have a camera, but would still like to learn, we’ll have some pictures for you to use in class.

Bridging the digital divide in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Technology Literacy @ Your Library

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