The SD and G County Library is offering training sessions for technologically-challenged residents.
If you received a tablet for Christmas, and don’t know how to use it a local branch of the SD&G County Library is likely offering a computer training session.
The library’s training sessions are tailored to individuals or small group's needs, and include training with eReaders and tablets, online resources and the public library catalogue.
“Providing resources for education and learning is an important part of what the library does,” said Erika Heesen, communications and marketing librarian. “These training sessions are but one example of the many services the library offers”.
These services include lending eBooks as well as print books.
Using the library’s OverDrive app or website at www.sdglibrary.ca, library cardholders can borrow eBooks from the comfort of their own home.
“The library is all about reading and learning, whatever format that might be in," said Heesen.
Training sessions are a part of the Library’s regular programming, or can be booked by contacting any SD&G County Library branch. Upcoming sessions include an “eBook & eReader Tutorial” at the Ingleside Branch, Jan. 17 from 6-8pm.