EveryoneOn is a digital literacy campaign that has free training videos on topics like: Excel, Office & Facebook http://t.co/A87w9t1PCQ
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) September 18, 2013
Looking for a good read? Get YALSA’s Teen Book Finder App! https://t.co/ga8OLFyEcG
— Central City Library (@CcplNe) September 6, 2013
Contact our library now, to register for the FREE eReader Workshop taking place on Monday, October 21 @ 6:30 pm. Learn how to download eBooks to a Kindle, Nook, iPad/Tablets and other mobile devices.
You will also learn how to navigate Nebraska OverDrive, to download bestselling digital books!
Instructor: Sarah Warneke.
Please contact the library to register:
Freegal is a downloadable music service from your library. All you need is your library card number. Freegal offers access to about 3 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists. In total the collection is comprised of music from over 10,000 labels with music that originates in over 60 countries. There is no software to download, and there are no digital rights managment (DRM) restrictions-they never have to be returned or deleted. Access to Freegal is limited to patrons of subscribing libraries. The music selection changes daily.
Library patrons will be allowed to download up to 3 songs per week. Mobile apps are available in the Apple App Store and the Android Marketplace, a.ka. Google Play. You can log in here: https://centralcityne.freegalmusic.com
Please contact the library if you have any questions.
Start downloading books for free at Nebraska OverDrive.com. You will need to know your library card # to log in (we can give that to you if you don’t know it). Please contact the library for more info. or with any questions. 🙂
Edit your resume, conduct a job search, research employers, and find a new job.
Stop by anytime between 1:00-2:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 10th.
Employers are invited to join us anytime between 10:30 a.m.-noon that same day, for an Employers Workshop. Employers can learn how to: Navigate NEworks, post jobs, search online resumes, attract quality candidates, and find and use labor market information.
FREE Computer classes will be offered at the library in October (coordinated by Central Community College-Columbus).
*How/Where do you save your files and how do you find them?
Tuesday, October 2, 6-8 p.m., Debb Wolfe, Extended Learning Services Computer Instructor
Prerequisites: Previous hands-on computer.
Learn how to save your files and how to open them back up to view or change them. Students will gain the skills to be able to add (upload) pictures to a website (Facebook, Ebay, Email, etc).
* How do you compose a letter on the computer?
Tuesday, October 9, 6-8 p.m., Debb Wolfe, Extended Learning Services Computer Instructor
Prerequisites: Previous hands-on computer:
Learn how to compose a basic letter, and how to add a few special effects (font style and size, uppercase/
lowercase, bold, italicize, underline and change color) to make your letter personal using Microsoft Word.
* What is the Internet and how do you use it?
Tuesday, October 16, 6-8 p.m., Debb Wolfe, Extended Learning Services Computer Instructor
Prerequisites: Previous hands-on computer:
Learn the basic terminology and screen layout. Learn how to search for information, and how to maneuver through a web site.
*Introduction to eBay
Saturday, October 6, 1-3 p.m.
If you have computer experience and an interest in learning about
ebay, then this workshop with Rae Osenbaugh is for you. Rae will cover the basics of ebay so you can become comfortable
navigating the site. In this class you will learn how to sell an item on ebay.
“This project was supported in part by the Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and
Information Administration (NTIA), Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP), funded by
the American Recovery and Reinvestment ACT (ARRA), and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, as
administered by the Nebraska Library Commission.”
The library is serving as one of the web video recording locations for “2012 Campaign Connection Voter Voices”. A unique election year project of NET News (Nebraska Public Television & Radio), in partnership with the NE Library Commission. NET News is gathering your thoughts, perspectives and questions to share with the U.S. Senate candidates (and the rest of Nebraska) on television, radio, web and social media. Be sure to stop by to record your video! It’s really easy to do. 🙂
The library has recently purchased a “Cricut Expresson” electronic cutter that is available for library patrons to use. This easy-to-use machine makes it a snap to make things like: cards, displays, scrapbook pages, signs, and labels. It can accommodate materials from cardstock to paper to vinyl. The library will have a variety of cartridges available (each cartridge has many designs on it). You may bring in your own materials with you to cut. Or, the library will have some decorative sheets of paper available for you to purchase. Please be sure to give us a call if you have any questions (946-2512). 🙂
The last session for the “Weekly Computer Fun Class” will be held on Wednesday, February 29th from 2:00-3:00 p.m. in the library meeting room.
The topic for this class will be “eReaders”.
Anyone is welcome to attend this free class. Be sure to bring your eReader along with and your laptop (if necessary for downloading with the type of eReader you have).
We will be available to answer questions about how the “Nebraska Overdrive” system works. This system allows library patrons to checkout eBooks and audiobooks, using their eReaders.
This class is also for people who do not have eReaders yet, but are curious about how they work. The library currently has two eReaders available for checkout, that are preloaded with books from many different genres. We will have those available, for patrons to use. We look forward to seeing you there! 🙂