Nick McWilliams reporting – The Dover Public Library is hoping to better connect residents with new-age technology.
A trio of September sessions feature an all-encompassing look at how to manage the digital age.
Technology Manager Jen Miller says that the library hopes to make technology more accessible for residents, including social media.
“What’s out there, what the benefits of each one are, and what are the drawbacks of using each one. So that, when people hear the terms, or they want to use it, they’ll know. If they want to share more pictures, which one they should hit, or if they just want to stay more connected.”
That seminar will be this Saturday, while a session featuring the use of tablets will be on September 19th.
The month will be rounded out with a streaming services lesson from Tim Liversage.
“He’s great, because he actually brings streaming devices, so people can see what they’re like, how to use them. They can really get a feel if it’s something they’re willing to do or not. And he’s really good about talking about the pro’s and the cons. The drawbacks and the cost savings.”
More information is available at www.doverlibrary.org.
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