Did you get a brand-new Kindle, iPad or Android tablet this holiday season? Please bring your device and questions to this class and we will help you with downloading free eBooks, videos, and Digital Magazines to your eReader or tablet.
Learn how to access materials on your kindle, tablet, nook, or smartphone. We’ll go over all of the different ebook, magazine, and audiobook services that Cobb County Public Library System offers! This class will be held in the Community Room
Contemplating taking the plunge into the world of e-books? Never fear–the technology just keeps getting easier! Instead of a specialized tablet, you can now download and read e-books on most any digital device you own, with the right app. Plus
Cobb County libraries are presenting Digital Device Week, a special series of free hands-on adult programs, on Monday, September 12 through Friday, September 16 at various locations. Organized in support of Library Card Sign-up Month 2016, the series highlights free
Springtime is a season many people turn to do-it-yourself carpentry, masonry and home improvement projects – small or ambitious. For the first spring weekend of 2015 , we’re highlighting DIY resources in the Cobb County Public Library System’s print and
A timely reminder: Whether you’re free to travel during Thanksgiving holiday week or staying at or near home, there are lots of items at Cobb libraries you may want to check out soon for the holiday break. Use Cobb County Public
Cobb County Public Library System presents Digital Device Demo Days, a series of demonstrations on how to use your eReader, tablet or other device with the library’s digital collection. Digital Device Demo Days starts in mid-November and runs through January.
iOS 7 has been released, and many of you Apple users may have upgraded your device or will be upgrading in the near future.If you’re already using library eBooks on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, your Overdrive Media Console