Public Invited to Participate in Intergeneration Day at the Zach S. Henderson Library
Do you stay awake at night wishing you could figure out how to use Twitter and Facebook and scan and upload photographs into your documents? Are you feeling far behind your peers in technological expertise?
There is a solution! Come to the Zach S. Henderson library on Saturday, October 17, 2009 any time between 10 am and 3 pm and receive FREE instruction on how to scan and upload your photographs and how to set up Facebook and Twitter accounts.
All of the instruction is being offered to the public of all ages during the celebration of Intergeneration Day (www.intergenerationday.org), a day that encourages generations to learn together. This event is endorsed by the American Library Association.
Located on the Georgia Southern University campus, the Zach S. Henderson Library is a resource of technology not only for the students of the University but also the community. Designated as a Depository Library, it is open Monday through Sunday and offers services to all generations.
Come any time during the designated hours and receive instruction from the ladies of Lambda Kappa Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. These ladies will teach you about document scanning and social networking. The Learning Commons Desk, located on the 2nd floor, is your destination and parking on the campus is free all day. Adults must accompany any student under age 17.
Don’t feel behind any more! Open up a whole new world by enhancing your communication skills on this day of “free and open to the public” instruction.
For more information call 912-478- 5647.
Brought to you by Sonya Shepherd, Associate Head of Information Services, and Cynthia Frost, Assistant Access Services Librarian.