How To: Library Apps

If you're struggling to use and navigate apps like Libby, RBdigital, and hoopla for ebooks, audiobooks, music streaming, and more, check out these helpful video tutorials.

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Technology Training

The mission of the Library’s Technology Training is to create an environment in which Greenwich Library staff and patrons can empower themselves with a practical understanding of current technology.

Get Savvy with iMessage

Get Savvy with Apple iMessageOn Thursday, July 16 at 11:00 am, review all the features of Apple’s iMessage app. Learn how to use group messaging, screen effects, emojis, GIF’s, and how to respond to messages.

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Spotlight on Lynda

Lynda logoOn Thursday, July 23 at 11:00 am, join us as we explore the world of online learning on Lynda including how to set up an account and search content on videos for software, design, business, education, and so much more.

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Virtual Drop-In Labs

Library staff will help answer your tech questions and provide training for your laptop, phone, tablet, or e-reader. Ask how to start enjoying eBooks, audiobooks, music, video, and magazines with your Library card. Sign up for a virtual session!

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Learn it All With Lynda.com

Access Lynda.com for free using the Digital LibraryLynda offers video courses for web design, IT, education, media production, and business with experts providing exercises and relevant work samples. Note: You can only access Lynda’s courses through the Library’s login page.
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Learn Something New or Get Tech Help

Virtual programs are now available. Register to receive the join link.
For more information call (203) 622-7920.

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Questions About the Digital Library?

Our Digital Library quick guides or video tutorials will help you access eBooks, audiobooks, videos, music, and magazines from any device.

Tech Training eNewsletter

Stay up-to-date on the latest Technology programs and events by subscribing to the Library’s Tech Training eNewsletter.