Printed: 10/1/2021 1:53:04 PM
Libraries throughout Franklin County are co-hosting a digital coaching session on utilizing Libby, the award-winning studying app from OverDrive, on Tuesday, Oct. 5, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
With a library card, group members can obtain Libby and entry a wide array of widespread digital ebooks and audiobooks, in line with a press launch from Arms Library Director Laurie Wheeler.
“That is an incredible approach to attain extra folks,” Wheeler mentioned. “An individual’s native library may very well be closed for the day, or it may very well be midnight and you’re extensive wake, or there may very well be an enormous snowstorm. With Libby, you’ll be able to entry a wealth of studying and listening supplies. And with our cities slowly working towards getting extra equal web entry, extra folks will be capable to make use of this service.”
Along with the Arms Library in Shelburne Falls, the native libraries which might be co-hosting the digital coaching session are: M.N. Spear Memorial Library in Shutesbury, Tilton Library in South Deerfield, Erving Public Library, Dickinson Memorial Library in Northfield, Tyler Memorial Library in Charlemont, New Salem Public Library, S. White Dickinson Memorial Library in Whately, Sunderland Public Library, Griswold Memorial Library in Colrain, Warwick Free Public Library, Buckland Public Library, Cushman Library in Bernardston and Belding Memorial Library in Ashfield.
For extra info or to register for the digital Libby coaching session, contact your native taking part library. The Arms Library will be reached at 413-625-0306 or email@example.com.