UPCOMING DIGITAL LITERACY CLASSES

Cell Phones and Tablets
Kiln Public Library
Wednesday, June 6 from 10 to 11:30 a.m.

If you only know the basics about using your cell phone or tablet, come find out more about what your amazing device can do. Bring your cell phone/tablet and learn about proper upkeep. Learn how to maximize your storage and get rid of apps that you don’t want. We will also cover things such as using the app store, how to use widgets, and when to use apps vs. websites. This is a class for both Android and Apple devices. Registration required. Call 228-255-1724 or sign up at Customer Service Desk.
Deadline to register is Tuesday, June 5.

Intro to Excel
Kiln Public Library
Tuesday, June 12 from  2 to 3:30 p.m.

Whether you are new to Excel or just need a refresher this introductory class is for you. Learn the basics needed to create, edit, and format Microsoft Excel worksheets. Registration required. Call 228-255-1724 or sign up at the Customer Service Desk.
Deadline to register is  Monday, June 11.

Mouse and Keyboard Skills
Pearlington Public Library
Wednesday, June 13 from 4 to 5 p.m.

If you wish to improve your skills with the mouse and keyboard join us for this fun hands-on class. We will discuss what the different buttons do, and play some games that will help with you become more familiar with them. Laptops and mice will be provided, but personal devices are welcome. Registration required. Call 228-533-0755 or sign up at Customer Service Desk.
Deadline for registration is Tuesday, June 12.

Facebook for Businesses and Nonprofits
Waveland Public Library
Thursday, June 14 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.

Using social media for marketing can enable small businesses to further their reach to more

customers. Having a strong social media plan and presence on the web is the key to tap into their interests. Find out how marketing with social media can bring remarkable success to your business or nonprofit. Registration required. Call 228-467-9240 or sign up at the Customer Service Desk.
Deadline to register is Wednesday, June 13.

Social Media Privacy Basics
East Hancock County Library
Wednesday, June 20 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m
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Social media is a wonderful way to stay up-to-date with friends, family, and different organizations that you support. But, putting your information out on the internet can be a bit intimidating. In this course we will discuss how to access and change your privacy settings to best fit what you want from your social media accounts. You can choose who sees what! Personal devices welcome. Registration required. Call 228-255-4800 or sign up at Customer Service Desk.

Deadline to register is Tuesday, June 19.

Photo Editing with Pixlr
Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library
Wednesday, June 27 from 3 to 4:30 p.m.

Let’s explore the essentials of photo editing! This includes cropping, color correcting, removal of minor flaws, and more. We will talk about what steps you can take to create better pictures! Feel free to bring your own devices and digital pictures. Registration required. Call 228-467-5282 or sign up at the Customer Service Desk.
Deadline to register is Tuesday, June 26.

 


 eAudios

eAudios

eAudio Books
For your mobile device, laptop or desktop. Over 4,200 titles you can listen to, including NY Times bestsellers, perennial favorites, and classics. Multi-access, so there’s no waiting list! Go to www.hancocklibraries.info/eaudio

 Mango Languages

Mango Languages

Mango Languages: Mango is online language-learning, with over 70 languages, via an app for your phone or tablet, or on the desktop. Vocabulary, grammar, culture, and pronunciation all in a fun interface. Go to https://learn.mangolanguages.com/login

 Learn it with Lynda.com
Anytime, anywhere!

 Lynda.com

Lynda.com

Learn at your own pace on any Internet-connected device, with over 4,700 professionally-produced video courses. Normally, this service is at least $20/month, but with your library card it’s paid for! Includes virtually any software you can think of, including Adobe Photoshop and Creative Cloud; QuickBooks; and Microsoft products – plus business skills, photography, Web design, and lots more. For FREE access, start at www.hancocklibraries.info/lyndacom.

VHS to DVD conversion

 VHS to DVD

VHS to DVD

By appointment, Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library

Don’t shell out and send your home videos away for an expensive conversion. Bring your old VHS tapes (or the smaller VHS-C type) and a blank DVD, and convert for free! Make a reservation at the Information| Services Desk. 

3D Printing

By appointment, Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library

Download a design or create your own, and print it on our new Ultimaker 2! Items up to 15 grams are free (e.g., a custom key fob or pendant). Larger items are $1 per 15 grams (e.g., a pencil cup or action figure). Inquire at the Information Services Desk.