Free tech help offered at Jervis
Opportunities to receive free help with computers and technology are being offered by Jervis Library.
The “Drop-in Tech Help” sessions will be Monday and Sept. 27, both at 2:30 p.m.
The sessions, in the library’s accessible auditorium and running from 90 minutes to two hours, are for people with questions about using their laptops, tablets, smartphones, or e-book readers. People with specific questions about devices such as iPhones, iPads, Android tablets, Android phones, Windows phones, Windows tablets, Nooks, Kindles, or Windows or macOS laptop computers are encouraged to drop in with their devices and questions.
In addition, people with questions about digital services and resources that the library offers are encouraged to attend. They can get help learning to download library ebooks, digital audiobooks, and magazines, learn a language, and use free mobile apps for library services from Transparent Languages, RBDigital, OverDrive, Tutor.com, and Hoopla.
Registration is not required to attend “Drop-in Tech Help.” Library computer and technology programs are free and open to the public.
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