Programs for Adults

One on One Technology Help

ONE ON ONE TECHNOLOGY TRAINING AVAILABLE

 

Newton County Public Library is continuing to offer computer and other personal electronic device assistance in the form of FREE on-on-one help sessions each month. 

 

Topics Library staff will assist with are:

·       Computer basics (Window 7,8, 10 and iPads)

·       Downloading e-books and audiobooks to your device

·       How to use an iPad, Kindle, Android device or smart phone

·       Setting up e-mail, Facebook, Skype or other account

·       Organizing files, photos and music

·       Microsoft Office basics

·       Using USB flash drives to save personal data

·       Researching a topic on the Internet

 

Things to know when scheduling a One on One:

·       Staff members are unable to troubleshoot or repair devices

·       The Library is not liable for any damage to customer equipment that may occur during a help session

·       Bring any device you need help with along with you, include power cords, or let us know if you wish to use a stationary computer for instruction

·       Staff may not be able to provide assistance for all device types, programs or problems

·       Appointments are based on staff availability

·       Patrons may only book one 30-minute session at a time

 

Lake Village will host its next help session on Wednesday, November 20th.  Please call 219/992-3490 to register for a time slot.  Morocco will provide technology support on Friday, November 15th.  Patrons may call 219/285-2664 to register for a time slot.  Finally, Roselawn Library will host help session on Tuesday, November 19th.  Patrons may call 219/345-2010 to register for a time slot.    Patrons may also sign up online by clicking on the button below:

 

Color Zone at Roselawn

Roselawn Library will offer “Color Zone” on Thursday,  October 24th  from 6 to 8 PM. Drop in to spend a couple of hours with other adults, having fun and expressing your creativity! No experience is necessary.   

If you have your own coloring books and materials you are welcome to bring them, but we will have materials available, as well.  You may choose your own coloring pages from the variety of images that will be available, and we will provide markers, crayons, or colored pencils.  Snacks will be available, and we always have a drawing for a great coloring-related prize!

This program is free and open to those 14 years of age and older.  Call 219/345-2010 to register, visit the Roselawn Library, or register online at:

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