30 March 2016 Introducing eLearning for Seniors

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Woolgoolga Library will host an afternoon of workshops on Monday April, 4 as part of Seniors Week activities happening across the Coffs Coast.

Seniors can come and learn about a range of eResources available from the library such as eReaders, eBooks, eMagazines, eAudio and the new beamafilm.

“eLending resources offer seniors on the Coffs Coast a great opportunity to be able to enjoy books, movies, magazines and more in a digital format. Furthermore eBooks and eAudio resources are also a great way for the vision impaired to access these resources.

Listening to a book while driving or doing the gardening can be a very enjoyable pastime. Accessing online magazines is also a great cost free alternative for our members.

Our exciting new resource, beamafilm allows our members to stream a huge range of documentaries and arthouse films straight to their devices,” Said Enzo Accadia, Section Leader – Community Programs, Coffs Harbour City Council.

With sessions running from 1pm people can book in to attend one or more workshop over the afternoon and enjoy afternoon tea, which is provided. Booking s are essential - book online via the library website http://tinyurl.com/Seniors-eLending