Off the Shelf: Workshop planned for E-Readers at San Manuel Library

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By Chaille McGrew

Chairperson

The San Manuel Library will be offering a free E-Reader workshop for library cardholders at the library on Friday, May 10 from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Library cards are available free.  The workshop will be conducted by Shirley Condit of the Pinal County Library Outreach service.

The workshop will help participants download and use 3M Cloud Library e-books, One Click digital audio books and Zinio digital magazines. All three programs are offered free by Pinal County.

Workshop participants are welcome to bring their own devices such as Nook Tablet, iPad, Kindle Fire and Samsung Galaxy Tablet. Laptops may also download and use these programs.  To use the programs your device must be able to download apps. Please bring your library card with you as you will need your card number to access the programs.

  To sign up for the workshop, please call the San Manuel Library at 385-4470.

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