The next Technology Information Forum will be held on Thursday, June 9th, 9:30 for refreshments and 10AM meeting.
Learn how to podcast!! We will cover equipment purchasing on a budget, podcast hosting and making life simpler with easy and effective web tools for publishing. We will have sample equipment that can be used by both staff and patrons.
Hope to see everyone there!!
Minecraft is an immensely popular game that draws strong interest from patrons of all ages. Setting up a Minecraft server is simple enough — but do you know the game well enough to run your own program? In this hands-on workshop, participants will get to learn Minecraft by playing it together on a MinecraftEDU server under the guidance of teen librarian, Stacey Sansone. In a relaxed environment designed for Minecraft newbies, we’ll cover:
- What Minecraft is, why it’s important and what the technical requirements are.
- Basic gameplay and game mechanics in simple terminology.
- The difference between student and admin level access.
- How “teacher mode” works and an outline of more advanced modules.
Register online here.
The Technology Center at the Mastic Recreation Center
(15 Herkimer Street, Mastic, 11950).
Program is free for CATS members;
$5 for non-members, due at program check-in. Cash or check made payable to “NYLA.” with “CATS program” in the memo field.
CEU’s are available
The Thursday May 12th Technology Information Forum (TIF) will take place at the Quogue Public Library. See the link below for directions. We will discuss how to help patrons with their mobile devices. Whether helping with a library related product or not, come and share your experiences and strategies with the group.
Quogue Public Library