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Nov 172020
 

Attention high school seniors, recent graduates and their families! Join us on December 14, 2020 starting at 7 PM to discuss financial decisions needed to make about higher education.

 

This free presentation provides an early understanding of the financial decisions students need to make concerning higher education. Frances McKeown of PHEAA will discuss higher education costs, the types of financial aid available, and how to apply for financial aid. This event is held in cooperation with Abington Free Library and Upper Dublin Public Library.

Email Asha Verma, Head of Readers’ Services at averma@mclinc.org for a Zoom link. Log in with a computer or cellphone and join the discussion! A Zoom account is not required to participate.

Oct 192020
 

Virtually learn the basics of modern technology with the experts: teens!

During these unprecedented times, it is important to stick together, while still social distancing from each other. Teen Tech Technology is a Youth Organization that teach the basics of technology to seniors and adults.

Attend all lessons or pick any that fit your needs:
From 4PM – 4:30 PM

November 30th: Social Media

  • Twitter: How to download the application, create an account, following an account, how to like a tweet, how to retweet with and without a comment, how to generally comment on a tweet
  • Instagram: How to download the application, create an account, following an account, private/public account, managing direct messages, posting a new photo
  • Facebook: How to download the application, create an account, adding friends, posting a picture

December 3rd: Useful Digital Apps

  • Food Applications: DoorDash (downloading and using the application to order food to your house), UberEats (using the application to order food)
  • Education Applications: Duolingo (creating an account, practicing and additional features)
  • Reading Applications: News App (learning about daily news), Amazon Kindle (Sign Up for Kindle, finding a book, purchasing or downloading a book, reading and features)

December 4th: Entertainment

  • Music Applications: Spotify (downloading signing up, creating a playlist of songs), Apple Music (finding song of your choice)
  • Television Streaming: YouTube (downloading the application, find videos of your interest), Netflix (Downloading the application, creating profiles, finding TV shows and movies), Amazon Prime Video (downloading and choosing shows), Hulu and Disney Plus (downloading and finding shows)
  • Fun Applications: Color Therapy, Candy Crush, Sudoku, Board Games

You will need a computer or tablet with an Internet connection.
Registration required. Please email averma@mclinc.org to receive the Zoom link for each lesson.

Sep 282020
 

Library Computer Classes – Over the Internet – Update

If you have wanted to participate in our computer classes over the Internet, but do not have a personal computer at home, there is good news! The Library’s one-on-one Computer Classes over the Internet are now being offered using library computers. To see the courses we offer, please visit the Computer Course Descriptions page. To learn how to sign up for computer classes, visit this page: Library Computer Classes – Over the Internet. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Computer Lab staff for more information. 610-278-5100 ext. 141