Did you get an e-reader or tablet for Christmas and you're still not sure how to use it?
The Quincy Public Library wants to help you figure it out.
The Library is hosting a series of e-reader "how to" courses. Organizers are teaching people how to check-out and download library books to their devices.
Librarians say learning the new technology helps people navigate through the new virtual library systems.
"E-reading has allowed a lot of our people to, you know, if they don't want to travel in bad weather to the library they can check out a book temporarily. It has also allowed users who check out lots of books. Some books are only available online so they have gone to using e-readers," said reference librarian Bobbi Muck.
The library is offering more classes on e-readers in the future.
The next one is Wednesday at 6 p.m. and is open to the public.
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