Friday, April 1, 2016

The Next Session of the Worcester Talking Book Library’s Winter/Spring 2016 series

The next session of the Worcester Talking Book Library’s Winter/Spring 2016 series of free adaptive technology training workshops will take place on Saturday, April 9 from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in the 3rd Floor Computer Lab at the Worcester Public Library.

This session will cover a potpourri (or, as JAWS says, “poe pooree”) of tools and tricks in several areas that have either been requested by participants or are useful tools and tricks recently picked up by the instructor. These will include, but not necessarily be limited to: searching and playing YouTube videos, as well as an introduction to another accessible site drawing on YouTube; changing reading order and placemarker insertion for PDF files; and using Cortana in Windows 10.

To register for this workshop, as well as to seek any additional information, please contact Jim Izatt or call the Worcester Talking Book Library at 1-800-762-0085 or 1-508-799-1730.

The only prerequisite for participation is a minimum typing skill level of approximately 20 words per minute. Please remember to bring a pair of personal headphones so you can work on one of the lab computers. 

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