Bring you eBook and eReader questions to the library this Sunday, October 20th. Staff from the Media Services department will help you get your tablets and eReaders set up to read eBooks and magazines.
Bring your device to Meeting Room B between 1:30 PM and 4 PM. You can sign up for a 15 minute, one-on-one session.
In order to make the most of your time, please bring the following items with you:
- Portable device or laptop
- Library card (or number)
- Account information, including:
- Amazon login
- Adobe ID
- Apple ID or Google Play login information
- Laptop and USB cable if you have an eReader (Nook, Kindle)
See you there.
Come to the Friends' Theatre tomorrow night for the first screening in our series of the Emmy Award-winning Columbus Neighborhoods.
Beginning at 7 PM, Cindy Gaillard, Executive Producer for Arts & Culture at WOSU Public Media, will introduce two episodes: Downtown & Franklinton. Also, be sure to check our collection for the WOSU Columbus Neighborhoods series for more neighborhoods!
Future screenings will feature the South Side (April 17) and the King-Lincoln district (May 8).
Tired to taking selfies? Bring your iPhone to the library on Saturday, June 21 to learn tips for taking better photos. We will focus on using the basic camera app and introduce photographic techniques like composition and lighting. Make sure you bring your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
For more great tips, check out these articles.
Tips for taking better photos with your iPhone from a National Geographic photographer.
A step-by-step guide for beginners shows how to achieve different lighting effects in your photos. Most of the effect do not require additional equipment.