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Upcoming Computer Workshops
Advanced registration is required for hands-on workshops.
How to register:
Wednesday, October 29
Stop.Think.Connect.: Security Online
6-7 pm in the Founders Room
How do you protect yourself online? The web works by connecting every computer and device in the world. This offers astounding opportunities, but also exposes us to risk. With the right skills, tools and software, you can protect yourself and remain secure.Space is limited! Please call the Reference Desk at 789-2661 to sign-up for this hands-on workshop.
Wednesday, November 5
2-3:30pm, in the Founders Room
Need more downloadable audiobooks? Love the narrators for Recorded Books? You need OneClickdigital. The OneClickdigital eAudio app is available for Android, Kindle Fire, iPhone, iTouch and iPad users. Join Librarian Jason Duran to learn about downloading the app and signing up for an account so you can download more audiobooks today. You should know your email and password to your app store, and your library card and pin to create an account.
Space is limited! Please call the Reference Desk at 789-2661 to sign-up for this hands-on workshop.
Wednesday, November 12
6-7 pm in the Founders Room
This workshop includes steps anyone can take to make their online lives more private and secure. It also explores some of the larger ideas and debates around privacy, trust and your digital footprint.Space is limited! Please call the Reference Desk at 789-2661 to sign-up for this hands-on workshop.
Smartphones and Tablets Workshops
Friday, November 21, 11 am in the Founders Room
The Golden Gate Computer Society (GGCS), in collaboration the with Belvedere-Tiburon Library will hold a session of the new GGCS Special Interest Group(SIG) "Mastering Tablets and Smart Phones" at the Library on Friday, November 21st at 11am. The focus of the meeting will be on how to handle the basic features of both Android and iOS devices, making the most of activities such as browsing the web, sending Email, taking pictures and using library resources to reserve and download books, as well as sharing use of favorite apps. Ivan Silva from the Library and GGCS members who use the devices will be there to demonstrate features and help you master YOUR device. In December, the SIG will move to the GGCS in San Rafael, and all are invited to continue discussing their Tablet and Smart Phone experiences there. Be sure to bring your tablet or smart phone to the SIG meeting. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org call the Reference Desk 415-789-2661 for more information. Space is limited! Please call the Reference Desk at 789-2661 to sign-up for this hands-on workshop.
Wednesday, December 10
Making Holiday Cards with MS Publisher 2007
7:30pm in the Founders Room
In the holiday cards class with Librarian Heather Anne Lamb, we will learn how to create fun holiday cards that have photos, clip art, interesting frames & borders, and text using MS Publisher 2007. The formatting we will learn is applicable to creating other types of cards for birthdays, loved ones, parties and more.
Prerequisites: MS Word 2007 class or equivalent. Space is limited! Please call the Reference Desk at 789-2661 to sign up.
If you have ideas for Wednesday Workshops you would like to see, or skills you would like to learn, please email us at email@example.com