Join us on Wednesday, March 9th at 4pm to learn how to download ebooks for free through the library. If you have a smartphone, tablet, or e-reader (such as a Kindle or Nook), come join us! Participants should bring their device (fully charged), their library card, and library pin number.
This class is free but registration is required. Sign up in person at the library circulation desk, call us at 563-1200, or register online to save your spot.
Want to find out how to transfer your digital photos so you can share or print them? Attend our free tech class on Monday October 26th, 2015 at 4pm. You will also get suggestions for photo apps. Be sure to bring your smartphone so you can try it for yourself!
The Free Your Photos class is open to the first ten people who register, either online, in person, or by calling us at 563-1200.
Our free computer classes for the month of May will teach the following topics:
- Basic Budgeting with Excel – learn the basics of Microsoft Excel including how equations work and how to format cells. Leave with a personal or family budget that will automatically recalculate totals as new information is entered. Monday 5/4 @ 4pm
- Pinterest for Crafters, Cooks, and Teachers – Learn the basics of website Pinterest, including how to save recipes, patterns, and photos for future reference. Wednesday 5/20 @ 4pm
These classes require registration since there is limited space. Please call 563-1200, stop in to the library, or reserve your spot online by clicking here.
We also offer Open Hours, when you can get one-on-one help with your laptop, smartphone, tablet, or e-reader. You are also welcome to stop by and use our scanner or try an iPad. The dates for May and June are:
- Wednesday 5/6, 4-6pm
- Saturday 5/16, 2-4pm
- Monday 6/1, 4-6pm
- Tuesday 6/16, 4-6pm
No registration is required for Open Hours – just stop in at our Public Computing Center, in the basement of the library.
If you or anyone you know are interested in learning new computer skills, we invite you to check out the new computer classes being offered in May in our Public Computing Center. Topics include:
- computer basics;
- Microsoft Word;
- downloading and accessing photos from your digital camera; and
- using online services relating to the library system.
If you are interested, click here to view the calendar of classes. You can sign up online, by calling the library, or registering at the circulation desk.
If you haven’t yet completed a Sidney Library (and branches) survey on paper, please take a moment to complete it online. Your responses will help us to improve our services.
Click here to visit the survey directly, or you can visit the Survey page on our website for more information.