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No need to travel to the Indiana State Library, you can attend from the comfort of your own library!
Seniors are highly motivated to learn to use devices, but have few opportunities to attend classes that address their needs to use. Most are unaware of how these devices can connect them to the free library services of Hoopla, Freegal, Libby (Overdrive) and their local online catalogs.
This presentation will include an outline of what can be taught in five 90-minute classes. Highlighted will be the 20 apps every senior needs to know and practical advice on such topics as: Offering classes outside of the library, fee-based classes and limiting class sizes.
Presenter: Barbara Friedman, Director of the Erving Public Library (Erving, Massachusetts)
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