Come join us for a fun survey of free software to download for your PC. Learn about good, free programs in a number of categories including anti-malware, listmaking, eBook reading, and more.
Although most people still use office software installed directly on their computer, in recent years it's become possible to create documents, spreadsheets and PowerPoint-style slide shows for free, using programs running on the Web. This class introduces several providors of these services, and then focuses on one, Google Docs, for a more in-depth look.
Survey a collection of apps you may want to install on your Android Tablet or Android Smartphone.
Whether you have a first-generation e-ink Kindle or the latest Kindle Fire HDX, the library has things to offer you. In this class, we'll cover the basics of getting started with your Kindle, and how to access free content from the library.
The class will discuss some topics that are important for any Kindle Owner:
We will also cover topics specific to the Kindle Fire:
Learn to download a wide variety of Library Materials to your Tablet:
Get movies, music CDs and audiobooks from Hoopla, individual songs from Freegal, eBooks and audiobooks from the Ohio Digital Library and magazines from Zinio.
Class covers both Android tablets and iPads.
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Did you buy a new tablet recently? Get one for the holidays? It can be challenging to get it all set up. Come in and have one of our librarians help you get started. First come, first served; no reservation necessary. Ask at the Information Desk.