The class will tell library patrons everything they need to know.
“We show people how to get onto on our website, how to download Overdrive if they don’t already have, and how to use Overdrive and the library catalog to download free e-books from the library collection” said Sue Estep, the library’s technical coordinator.
Overdrive provides the software that allows library patrons to download both e-books and audiobooks to their tablets and smartphones. They offer both Android and Apple apps.
If you can’t make it to the class, don’t worry, Estep said.
“We offer one-on-one sessions” she said.
Did you get a tablet or smartphone for Christmas, or a new computer? Don’t forget you can use it to get up-to-the-minute news from the Register.
• On Facebook, go to www.facebook.com/sanduskyregister with a quick search, then “like” us to get news. If you "like" us by January 6 you could win a free iPad mini.
Follow us on Twitter: @sanduskyregistr.
• Or go to sanduskyregister.com, the best news source for a five-county area — it’s nicely optimized for a smartphone screen.