Sandusky library an open book on eReader techology

If you got a new Kindle, Nook or tablet for Christmas, you don't need to spend money to find something to read.
Tom Jackson
Dec 31, 2012

 

All you need is a library card.

The Sandusky Library is mounting another aggressive effort to show library patrons how to check out digital books and put them on their devices. It's scheduling classes, distributing handouts and booking appointments with individual librarians.

For more on the technology help offered by the Sandusky Library, pick up a copy of Monday's Register.

Comments

luvblues2

Does a CLEVNET library card work for this option?

buckeye15

yes

luvblues2

Thank you, buckeye15. :)

donutshopguy

This is the new evolution thrust upon our library if they wish to survive. Newspapers, books and magazines as we presently know them are going by the way of the horse and buggy.