For those who received a new gadget at Christmas and need some help using it, whether a new laptop, tablet or mobile phone, East Riding Libraries and Adult Learning Centres are offering free gadget help sessions.
Their friendly, knowledgeablestaff will help customers get the best out of their new technology. Booking is essential and there are two different session types to choose from:
30 minute ‘New Gadget’ helpdesk
These can be booked by speaking to any staff member in the libraries listed below, or by phone.
Tuesday 22 January, 2pm to 4.30pm
Bridlington Central Library
Wednesday 16 January, 9.30am to 12.30pm
Bridlington North Library
Tuesday 15 January, 10am to 1pm
Tuesday 29 January, 2pm to 4.30pm
Three hour ‘New Year, New Gadget’ Course
This free course is delivered by qualified IT tutors. Booking is essential so either visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/learn, or call the number below each listing to speak to the local Adult Learning Centre.
Adult Learning Centre, Beverley
Monday 14 January, 1-4pm
Adult Learning Centre Cottingham
Tuesday 15 January, 1-4pm and 6-9pm
Brough Library and Customer Services (Petuaria Centre)
Thursday 10 January, 9am-12noon
Hessle Library and Customer Services (Hessle Centre)
Monday 21 January, 9.30am-12.30pm
Pocklington Library and Customer Services (Pocela Centre)
Monday 28 January, 9.30am-12.30pm
The sessions will be a great opportunity to make the most of your gadget and learn some new digital skills.
For those wishing to get a head start with their gadgets, download the free East Riding Libraries App (available from the Play Store or App Store) to manage their library account and search the catalogue.
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