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Downloadable eBooks

This tweet from Harris County Public Library makes a good point:  eBooks are convenient when traveling, especially when real estate (i.e. luggage space) is at stake.

Downloadable eBooks are available 24 / 7 at our eHCPL site.

Not sure how it all works? Kingwood Library is offering an evening eBooks for iPad class on April 19th from 6:30 PM- 8:00 PM. You can register for the class here.

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This Thursday--Learn how to use your Device for eBooks!

Have a digital device? Come learn how to check out library eBooks and eAudiobooks to your device, including Kindles, Nooks, iPads, Android devices, smartphones, and computers. The beginning of the class explains the library’s Digital Media Catalog and the second portion focuses on getting those books onto your device. If you have a digital device, be sure to bring it for the hands on portion of the class. Class will be held on Thursday, October 1st from 2-4 pm at the LSC-Tomball Community Library in the second floor computer lab, Room L 216. For more information, call 832-559-4200.

 

 

What Happened to My iPad?!

IOS9 came out recently and everything on my iPad changed!  Did that happen to you too?

Never fear though, at Maud Marks we can help you with that!  Come to the library on Tuesday, September 29 at 10 AM for our class, Introduction to the Apple iPad.  Come get all your questions answered!  Learn how to get the most of your Apple device.

Then, at 1 PM come back as we Get Started With Apps.  Learn which apps are must haves to keep your life organized, efficient, productive, and fun.

Remember, most classes have limited seating.  Click here to register for these classes and see what else we have coming up in the future.

eBooks and More with Your Kindle, Nook or iPad

Did you know that in addition to the vast collection of physical books and CDs, the Harris County Public Library has books, audiobooks and music available online?  If you have not yet checked out an item using your new (or maybe not-so-new) gadget, the library staff at Spring Branch-Memorial will be offering a help session on Friday, January 31st, from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm.  The workshop will cover downloading materials onto your Kindle, Nook or iPad.

Device dayBring your devices, bring your questions, bring your desire to learn!

This program is intended for adults.

For more information, stop by the Information Desk or call 713-464-1633.
 

eBooks on your Digital Device

Are you wondering whether to buy a Kindle or an iPad so you can read electronic books from the library? Are you having trouble downleading library books to your Nook? Come to the EBooks on your Digital Device class this Wednesday, October 16, from 2-4 p.m. in the Computer Lab, room R-216 and get your problems solved by our inimitable electronic books guru, librarian Cathy Clark.

iPad Basics Class for Beginners!

New to using an iPad? Want to learn the basics?

On Friday, May 4 at 1:00 p.m we will be offering "iPad Basics" for the beginner.  To register for this free class held in our Computer Lab, stop by the Adult Services information desk or call the library @ 281-360-6804.

iPad Essentials for the Beginner!

Have an iPad but don't know how to use it?  Learn the essentials of your iPad such as customizing apps, settings, and more! To register for this free class, stop by the Adult Services desk or contact the library @ 281-360-6804.

Upcoming Computer Classes

The Kingwood Library will be offering the following computer classes in the second half of April:  

  • Friday, April 19 @ 1:30 p.m.:  eBooks for Kindle Fire
  • Saturday, April 20 @ 11:00 a.m.:  Basic Computers
  • Tuesday, April 23 @ 10:30 a.m.:  Basic Word Part 2"
  • Friday, April 26 @ 1:30 p.m.:  iPad Basics
  • Tuesday, April 30 @ 10:30 a.m.  Publisher: Business Cards

All computer classes require registration and are free and open to the public. To register or inquire about classes, stop by the Adult Services Information Desk or contact the library @ 281-360-6804

 

Nook-Kindle-Ipad Day

Kindle, Nook, IpadBring your Nook, Kindle or Ipad and learn to download free library ebooks to your device.  When: Friday, January 25, 2:00pm.  Suggested age: Adult.

 

 

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Help for new owners of Electronic Reading Devices

Electronic reading and listening devices are big on Santa’s list these days. If you received one or thought you’d like to buy one with gift money you received, we have classes here this month to help you discover and  learn to download electronic library books. All classes will take place in the computer lab on the second floor, Room L 216.


Nook Session: This Saturday, January 5, from 2-4 pm the class will focus on how to use a Nook.

Overview Class: Next Wednesday, January 9th, 2-4 pm, we’ll be offering an overview class in using iPads, Kindles, and Nooks (and lesser-known devices.)

iPad Session: Saturday, January 12th, 2-4 pm. The class will focus on using the Apple iPad and its library apps.

Kindle Session: Saturday, January 19, 2-4 pm, as you guessed, is for Kindle users.

Tech Tutors: On Monday and Tuesday, January 14th and 15th, two of our techie library staff will be available in the main floor of the library, at the circular table just inside the entrance, to answer your random questions. Bring your device with you and get past that problem you haven't been able to solve!

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