Library Seeks More Input On eReaders, eBooks

Lynnfield Library patrons expressed strong interest in recent survey learning about eReaders, eBooks, and more. Followup survey seeks additional info.

The following was provided by the Lynnfield Library:

In the Long Range Plan Community Survey, our patrons expressed a strong interest in learning about eReaders, eBooks, and how to use them.  We are creating an eReader Program called “eGad! Getting to know your eReader”, but we need your help!  Do you prefer small group sessions or to work one-on-one?   Do you have questions about using your device?  Please complete a short survey and tell us what kind of instruction you want.  The survey is available to take online by visiting http://tinyurl.com/lynnfieldlibrarysurvey, and paper copies are available at the Senior Center, Clerk’s Office at Town Hall and the Library.  Please complete the survey by December 7, 2012.

Please help us design a better program for you!

Questions?  Contact Samantha Cabral, Assistant Director, at 781.334.5411 or cabral@noblenet.org.

Thank you for your feedback – it’s invaluable to the planning process!


Tami Jane Spencer November 04, 2012 at 03:22 PM
This is a good idea! Surely, a lot of people will benefit from this program. As for me, I downloaded e-books for free from this site http://bookboon.com/ and it was easy, just like a normal download process, then I got the PDF form. But as for the discussion, I suggest to have it in a small group, but during the demonstration, a one-on-one would be of help. You can also recommend this site for your clients. They're of great help.


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