Want to learn how to download an electronic audio or book to your computer, iPod, or MP3? Join our in-house expert as she shares all the exciting materials we have electronically and how you can do it step-by-step at home on Thursday, December 2, 2 p.m. at the Ross-University Hills Branch Library.
If you've ever wanted to know more about downloadable eBooks, audio eBooks or eFlicks and how to transfer these items to your MP3, iPod, or any other handheld device, this is a wonderful opportunity to ask questions of our in-house expert. Not sure if your handheld device is ready for eMedia? Check out the list of compatible devices!
If you are considering asking for a digital reader as a holiday gift this season, be sure to check out the December 2010 article featured in Consumer Reports (to view the full article click on the PDF Full Text link located on the left side). Consumer Reports is just one of the great resources available to you from home with your library card.
Now's a great time to learn about eMedia. With the upcoming suspension on holds while we migrate to a new system, regular holds will be on a brief hiatus. eMedia will not be affected by this and will be a great way to keep on top of all those great titles!
Want more help with your devices? Visit the newly expanded Community Technology Center or check out any of these great books!
I missed the Dec. 2 class. Will it be repeated? If so, where?
The next eMedia classes will be held:
* Saturday, January 26 at Sam Gary from 9:30am-Noon
* Saturday, February 2 at Decker from 9:30am-Noon
* Wednesday, February 6 at Smiley from 5pm-7:30.
* Thursday, February 7 at Bear Valley from 5pm-7:30.
* Saturday, February 16 at Broadway from 9:30am-Noon.
More events can be found on our Events Calendar in case these don't work. Thanks for the great question!