eSpotlight - Get eBook Help at Your Local Library Branch

Submitted by Megan Hicks on Tue, 11/05/2019 - 4:10 PM
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The San José Public Library offers in-person events for using our eBooks and other eResources. Bring in your smartphone, tablet, or eReader and learn how you can read the hundreds of thousands of titles we have to offer!

Please check each event carefully before attending as event and program schedules may change.

eBook Help Events at Your Local Library Branches

Tech Tutor at Cambrian, book cover

Tech Tutor at Cambrian

Please register at the Information Desk, or by calling (408) 808-3080.

eBook Help at Joyce Ellington, book cover

eBook Help at Joyce Ellington

Held the first Tuesday of every month.

Tip: Have login information for devices, and app stores, etc., to ensure connectivity.

eBook Help at Vineland, book cover

eBook Help at Vineland

Please call (408) 808-3000 for available times.

One-on-One Computer Help at Village Square, book cover

One-on-One Computer Help at Village Square

Stop feeling frustrated by your computer and get the help you need at the Village Square Library!

eBook Help at Almaden, book cover

eBook Help at Almaden

Pre-Registration Required

eBook Help at Bascom, book cover

eBook Help at Bascom

Bring your own eReader, tablet, smartphone, or MP3 player for a free training session.

Call (408) 808-3077 to register!

Tech Mentor at Pearl Avenue, book cover

Tech Mentor at Pearl Avenue

Our tech mentor is available on a drop-in schedule. If you have more questions, please call us at 408-808-3053.

One-On-One Computer Help at Willow Glen, book cover

One-On-One Computer Help at Willow Glen

To make an appointment in advance, please register at the information desk. Drop-in assistance is also given when Tech Mentors are available.

Interested in sharing your love of technology with the community? Why not volunteer with us! Look for opportunities to help as a tech tutor or computer mentor on our website or by clicking the link below.

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