The Cannon Falls Library will be offering a technology support forum for anyone who needs help getting started with some aspect of our increasingly digital world, a news release said.
Beginning Dec. 2, the library’s new “Technically Correct(ed)” program will meet online via Zoom every other Wednesday from 1-2 p.m., throughout December.
This event is free and open to the public.
Links will be available from the Library's website and Facebook pages.
Each meeting will begin with a focus on a general topic, but participants will also be able to bring up any more specific problem they would like to work through at any time. Participants will interact with both the instructor and other participants during the meetings.
The planned schedule of Technically Correct(ed) focus topics is:
Dec. 2: eBooks, eReaders, and Smartphone apps for reading, borrowing, or downloading digital books
Dec. 16: Email Basics, Tips, and Tricks
Dec. 30: How to Use Bluetooth
If you would like to participate, but aren’t sure how to use Zoom in the first place, the library has developed an easy-to-follow instructional brochure that is available for pick up from the library on the racks just outside the front doors at any time.
You can also call the library during regular operating hours and someone will be happy to help talk you through the process.