Program Type:Adult Literacy, Books & Reading, Civic Engagement, Local History, Tech Skills
Interested in learning how you can use library tools for personal learning or research needs? This monthly series will introduce you to library apps and digital resources available for free with your library card. Each class is designed to provide an introduction to the resource and will allow plenty of time for questions and trouble-shooting. All levels of tech skill are invited to attend.
Wednesdays @ 10:00 AM
1st Wednesday Virtual, Register to receive the link to join via Zoom
2nd Wednesday @ Eastside Library, 1102 E. Montecito Street
3rd Wednesday Virtual, Register to receive the link to join via Zoom
Register for classes in advance; after registering you will receive information prior to each meeting with more details and links to join the virtual sessions. Registration is limited to 12 per class.
December: PressReader & Palace Project: World news, books and more
January: GetSetUp & Skillshare: New skills, connection, and classes for older adults
February: Consumer Reports: Research before buying
March: Coursera & LinkedIn Learning: Business and personal development classes
April: Foundation Directory Online: Find funding and funders
May: Digital Local History Resources: Newspapers, photographs, and genealogy archives
June: Reference Solutions & SizeUp: Market research and local industry analysis for your business needs