“Using Your Library 101″

 Would  you like to download free library books to your eReader?  Do you have questions about the library you would just like to ask?  Do you need help finding information on a particular subject? Try coming  to “Using Your Library 101.”  Taught by Senior Services Librarian Sharon LaRosa, this class will be held on the fourth Thursday of the month from 10:00 to 11:00 am in the computer room at the Plymouth Council on Aging (COA), 44 Nook Road in Plymouth.  The remaining dates for this class are Thursday, February 28th, and Thursday, March 28th.  To sign up for a class, please contact Beth Hadfield at the Council on Aging at 508-830-4230.

“Using Your Library 101″ is designed to help Plymouth seniors make better use of the resources available through the Plymouth Public Library.   This month the class will focus on downloading library books to eReaders such as Kindles and Nooks.  Other topics to be covered will include: using the library catalog to find books, music or movies; reserving or “placing a hold” on an item; searching the library’s online databases from home; and managing your library card account.

Attendance at every class is not required; seniors can choose to come to just one class, depending on their needs and interests.  For more information about “Using Your Library 101,” contact the library’s Senior Services department at 508-830-4250, extension 219, via TTY 508-747-5882, or email slarosa@ocln.org with the subject “Library Instruction Class.”



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