July eReader Seminars

Trying to decide if you want an eReader and if so, which one to get? Looking for free books for your eReader? Not sure how to use the Library’s PULSE site to access free library eBooks? Register for one of our eReader Seminars. We’ll discuss the differences between an eReader and a tablet, as well as how to access the library’s PULSE eBooks – from setting up your device to browsing and downloading your selections.

Getting started with an eReader or with a Tablet or iPad is easier than ever when you join a seminar and receive the take-home manual.  eReader Seminars run once a month in each branch, with minimum registration requirements. They are designed in a lecture-style for adults, to assist them in making use of the library’s technology to enjoy free eBooks at home and on the road.

Seminars are approximately 1.5-2 hours in duration depending on size of group.  Maximum of 8 participants per seminar.

July seminars are:

  • Wednesday, July 9th @ 6:00 pm at the Memorial Branch (Alliston) 705-435-5651
  • Friday, July 11th @ 2:00 pm at the Pam Kirkpatrick Branch (Tottenham) 905-936-2291
  • Monday, July 21st @ 10:30 am at the D A Jones Branch (Beeton) 905-729-3726

Call today and register! Be prepared to leave your name, email address and the type of device you have. If you don’t have one yet, that is okay, please just let staff know that as well.

Can’t make the July dates? See the list of all training dates through to December 2014 by visiting our website.









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  1. JFS

    Tonight’s session is now fully booked. There is still room for more participants on Friday in Tottenham (July 11th) at 2:00pm and on Monday, July 21st in Beeton at 10:30 am.

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