The Beacon Hill Library is hosting two events in the next few weeks where you can find out more about digital audiobooks or e-books.
The first event, from 1:30-3 p.m. on May 2, is a class to demonstrate how to search for, check out, and download audiobooks from the library using the OverDrive digital book service. Registration is required for this class; please contact the library at 206-684-4711 to register and find out more information.
On May 21, the library is also hosting a drop-in Digital Book Roadshow that will give an overview of e-books, demonstrate how to transfer digital books to portable devices, and let you test drive various e-book readers. The presentation on e-books and readers starts at 3 p.m., followed by an informal Q&A session and test drive until 4 p.m.
Both the May 2 class and the May 21 roadshow are free and open to all. The Beacon Hill Library is located at 2821 Beacon Avenue South.
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Hmm… I gotta wonder… the picture that was included in this post is sorta misleading. I just checked on the Seattle Public Library’s site and Kindle is not a supported device. http://spl.lib.overdrive.com/685FA6C5-E003-443A-945F-371C2F5AEFBF/10/375/en/Help-FAQ-Format410.htm#question-2555
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