from John Rudy
Although this information is specific to the Lexington Library, most is applicable to the other libraries in the Minutemen region so if you think that a particular capability is worthwhile you might find that your library has it. Also, much of the functionality is through the Boston Public Library.
So, how can the Cary Library help you now, even though it’s closed because of Covid-19??
Christine Muir, Community Librarian at Cary Memorial Library, focused on many library resources that are available even while the library is closed in a recent presentation to the weekly meeting of the Lexington Computer and Technology Group (LCTG). We recorded this presentation; you can view the program and see all of the options available to you right now—all at no fee. You may find it useful to pause the program so you can take notes, as she covered a lot of material!
The link to the video is under Past Meetings on the LCTG (computer group)’s page: http://LCTG.toku.us
Look for the April 8, 2020 entry and click on “Watch Presentation” in the column on the right.
The LCTG meets (virtually nowadays) on Wednesday mornings and we have been recording most presentations for nearly 2 years. There may be other topics on this page of interest to you. Membership in the LCTG is free; see the group page for information about joining the group and our upcoming meetings.
Let me know if you have any questions, comments, suggestions; or good jokes.
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