LIBRARY NOTEBOOK: Embracing digital learning

LIBRARY NOTEBOOK: Embracing digital learning

The Wythe County Public Library continues to supply laptop lessons utilizing

Email Basics will probably be offered on December 5 at 10 am. On December 12, Internet Basics will probably be offered at 10 am. and Cyber ​​​​Security will probably be at 11 am

These classes can even be provided on a one-to-one foundation by appointment solely. Please contact WCPL (276-228-4951) to order your seat for a category or make an appointment for a person workshop session. Workshops often final lower than an hour.

For those that prefer to be taught at their very own tempo, cease by the library and a workers member will present you tips on how to use the Digital Learn web site to decide on your individual path to digital learning. There is a variety of programs on web use, similar to navigating web sites, laptop fundamentals for Windows and Mac customers, video conferencing and utilizing tablets. Self-paced and self-directed classes can be found at any Wythe Grayson Regional Library facility.

People additionally learn…

The programs provided in December on the Wythe County Public Library will present a time to be taught concerning the topic and time to apply abilities. Each participant will depart with handouts overlaying the subject mentioned. Light refreshments will probably be served earlier than and after the category.

Details for December lessons are listed under.

In the Email Basic course, individuals will create an e mail account, discover ways to carry out primary features similar to sending, receiving and replying to an e mail. It can even cowl tips on how to acknowledge and take care of spam, arrange and delete emails, and seek for messages. This class is for learners.

Internet Basics is an introduction to primary terminology, performance and navigation of web browsers, engines like google and web sites. This class can be designed for learners.

The fundamentals of cyber safety class covers tips on how to keep protected on-line along with your accounts, passwords and an summary of fraud and scams.

These lessons are offered by Public Library Association Digital Literacy Workshop Incentive and AT&T.

Next week on the Wythe County Public Library:

Dungeons and Dragons gamers meet Tuesday at 4:00 p.m

Holiday Lights and Sounds Storytime is Wednesday at 10:00 for younger individuals. A Lego Club assembly with Tweens and Teens can be Wednesday, at 4 p.m

The Friends of the Wythe County Library will maintain their November/December assembly Thursday at 4 p.m. A winter themed portray class is Thursday from 6 to eight p.m. Seating is proscribed, so contact the library to see if areas can be found.

The Twisted Stitchers meet on Friday at 4:00 p.m

The Friends of the Wythe County Public Library’s month-to-month used e-book sale is Friday and Saturday.

Here’s a primary take a look at new additions to the Wythe County Public Library, prepared for checkout:

Non-fiction: “Woodbranding Workshop: Essential Techniques & Creative Projects for Beginners” by Court O’Reilly; “Hollywood: The Oral History” by Jeanine Basinger.

Fiction: “A Christmas Deliverance” by Anne Perry (thriller); “Blood Moon” by Heather Graham; “Going Rogue: Rise and Shine Twenty-Nine” by Janet Evanovich; “We Are the Light” by Matthew Quick; “Remote Cabin Sleeps Six” by Lisa Unger; “Now Is Not the Time to Panic” by Kevin Wilson; “Murder at Black Oaks” by Philip Margolin; “Theft of an Idol” by Dana Stabenow (thriller); “The Prisoner” by BA Paris; “The Dark Between the Trees” by Fiona Barnett; “Desert Star” by Michael Connelly (giant print); “The Keeper” by Tanananve Due.

Graphic Novels: “The Mythology Class: Where Philippine Legends Become Reality” by Arnold Arre.

Audiobooks: “Dreamland” by Nicholas Sparks; “The Boys from Biloxi” by John Grisham.

Young Readers: “H is for Honey: A Beekeeping Alphabet” by Robbyn Frankenhuyzen; “High Five” by Adam Rubin; “A is for Bee: An Alphabet Book in Transition” by Ellen Heck; “My Name is a Story” by Ashanti; “A Big Mooncake for Little Star” by Grace Lin.

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