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1:1 Tech Help With Drew - One-on-one tech helpappointments with Drew are available both online and in person. Includes topics such as Facebook, Zoom, device assistance, downloading e-books, and more.Creator Space The Creator Space allows patrons to learn
Maker Space - Many tools and resources available in the Maker Space. The space includes equipment for 3D printing, fabric printing, a digital conversion station, and the iMac creative station. Must have an adults or student card, photo ID, and be 14+.iMac
Borrow WiFi Hotspot, iMac Public Computer, Tech Help, Digital Literacy Workshops and Lending Program for Seniors (55+) (North Perth Public Library)https://www.northperth.ca/en/our-community/seniors.aspx
Borrow WiFi Hotspot - Mobile wifi hotspots are available to borrow. Offers connectivity to wifi through the Bell cellular network. Must be 18+ and have a North Perth Public Library card.iMac Public Computer (Listowel Branch) - iMacs are available at the L
Wi-Fi Hotspots - Portable hotspots are available to borrow at the library. Offers unlimited data and can be borrowed for up to 7 days.VR Tech - Wireless virtual reality headsets and gaming/experience solutions are available for patrons to borrow during VR
Volunteer Tech Tutor - Tech Tutors are available to assist patrons with questions about Microsoft applications, email, or computer basics. Borrowing Wifi Hotspots - Wifi hotspots are available to borrow for up to 21 days.Apple iMac Station (available at C
Halton Hills Public Library
Spaces:3D Printing - Must complete the 1-hour, 3D printer certification course, be 14+, and have a library card to gain access to the 3D printers.Creativity Centre - The Creativity Centre has desktop computers, and iMac Pros that include video, music, and
Maker Space (Aylmer Old Town Hall + John Kenneth Galbraith Library) - The Maker Space offers technologies and tools that encourage patrons to create and learn in a social setting. Includes 3D printing, iMac computer station, graphic/web design software, R
The library offers many programs for adults and seniors that focus on learning how to use new technology and improving digital literacy. Some programs include:Telephone Scams & Internet Trickery - This program is offered to boost digital literacy by learn
Tech Help - Tech Help is offered via phone, zoom, or in-person through appointments. They help users navigate online library resources, learn Microsoft and other software, and operate tablets and other devices.Creator Space Mobile Digital Arts Lab - The C
Technical Support - The library offers assistance with basic-level tech support. Topics include basic tablet and smartphone operations, navigating a computer, setting up Bluetooth, navigating social media, etc. Users must complete a request form to apply