Library gets Kindle compatible
April 10, 2013 by Mark
The Oregon City Public Library is inviting people to come out and see the changes that have taken place on its new Library2Go website.
Although many of the processes for using this system are similar, the fresh look and updates will provide people with many additional options and perks, and poster printing and flyer printing may have been used let people in this community know about this new session being offered at their local branch.
During this informative evening, guests will be given the lowdown on how the new system functions, especially when it comes to downloading their favorite eBooks from the Amazon website using Kindle. Qualified instructors will be available to teach participants how to search for what they are looking for, how to download the books they wish onto their Kindle Fire eReader, and how to check out the eBooks.
The new Library2Go software has an entirely different look and offers people improved ‘searchability’, a more user-friendly platform with additional perks, and in-browser options for reading. Instructors are available throughout this educational evening to answer any questions that may arise. Guests who have never used the system for downloading eBooks will have the perfect opportunity to learn the basics before getting involved.
The Library2Go session takes place tomorrow, April 11, starting at 6:30 pm at the Oregon City Public Library. To learn more about this event, or to register, please visit the Oregon City Public Library website or call the librarian at 503-657-8269.