With summer just around the corner why not ride the technological wave and master your device with one of our Summer IT Sessions!
Whether it be your iPad, tablet, laptop or smartphone, we can help you work your way around tricky devices and provide you with skills you need to get the most out of your device.
Come along to learn about how to download apps, access the internet, store photos, use social media and so much more. And even better - they’re free!
Held in your local libraries, feel free to drop in on any of the following dates:
|Monday 2 July 2018||10 to 11am||Information and Reference Library|
|Monday 9 July||10 to 11am||Hampton Library|
|Thursday 12 July||2.30 to 3.30pm||Information and Reference Library|
|Monday 16 July||10 to 11am||East Sheen Library|
|Wednesday 18 July||10 to 11am||Information and Reference Library|
|Monday 23 July||10 to 11am||Teddington Library|
|Thursday 26 July||10 to 11am||Whitton Library|
|Saturday 28 July||2.30 to 3.30pm||Information and Reference Library|
Cllr John Coombs, Cabinet Member for Arts, Culture and Sport said:
“These IT sessions are a great way for you to get the most out of your devices and stay connected with friends and family over summer! They’re free and no booking is required, so come along and get some helpful tips from our knowledgeable libraries team!”
— from a Richmond Council press release - 27 June 2018