Here’s a list of tech help sites we hope will be helpful for you! If you have any additional questions, please ask!
This website has all the information you need to help you master using the library’s 3M eBooks. Make sure to choose, “Library Consortium of Eastern Idaho” when first logging into your app, as the consortium of LCEI libraries buys 3M.
This page will help answer any questions you have with the OneClickDigital audiobooks. And if you get really stuck, they’ve got a phone number! Give them a call for help.
This is hoopla’s YouTube channel containing all sorts of videos to help you get unstuck with any hoopla questions you may have.
Techboomers.com is a free educational website that teaches older adults and other inexperienced Internet users with basic computer skills about websites that can help improve their quality of life.
Techboomers provides three main services:
- Techboomers introduces users to trusted new websites and Internet-based applications through an easy-to-navigate directory and targeted emails based on their interests.
- Techboomers provides free video and article tutorials in a language suited to those who may not be the most tech-savvy. These tutorials teach the easiest and most efficient ways to use the websites, as well as how these websites can improve one’s quality of life.
- Techboomers keeps its users informed of important news and information about their favourite products via on-site alerts and periodic email newsletters.
This is a presentation on how to use Dropbox to back up your pictures on your phones. Step-by-step instructions for both Android and iOS are included.
This article is a neat summary of often asked tech questions and their answers. A fun read!