[nfbwatlk] Fwd: Evening BARD Training at WTBBL

Mike Freeman k7uij at panix.com
Tue Mar 1 16:31:36 CST 2011





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> From: "WTBBL"<wtbbl at list.statelib.wa.gov>
> Date: March 1, 2011 14:01:19 PST
> To: Mike	Freeman <k7uij at panix.com>
> Subject: [wtbbl] Evening BARD Training at WTBBL
> Reply-To: "Washington Talking Book & Braille Library" <wtbbl at list.statelib.wa.gov>
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> Spread the news!
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> The Washington Talking Book & Braille Library
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> is now offering evening trainings for downloading books!
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> Are you a patron who wants hands-on help on how to download books?
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> Are you a parent or caregiver who wants to help your family member, who is also a WTBBL patron, download books?
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> Are you a teacher who wants to download books for your student, who is also a WTBBL patron?
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> Learn how to sign-up for a BARD account, how to search, how to download books and how to transfer your books to your flash drive.
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> Trainings appointments are available:
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> Tuesday:  4:30 – 7:30 PM and Wednesday: 4:30 – 8:30 PM
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> WTBBL
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> 2021 9th Avenue
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> Seattle, WA 98121
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> Free parking is available for participants.
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> BARD trainings will run 1 hour, but additional time can be provided.
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> Group and individual appointments are available.
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> Individual trainings will be held in the Jan Walsh Computer Lab, which is equipped with a PC (running JAWS and Magic) and a Mac (running Voice Over and Zoom).
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> More details on the software and equipment in the lab can be found here: Jan Walsh Patron Computer Lab
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> Group trainings (10 people max) will take place in the WTBBL conference room.
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> Please call (206-386-1254) or email Eura Ryan (eura.ryan at sos.wa.gov) to schedule a training and talk about your specific needs.
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> For the more independent learner, don’t forget to check out our instruction on our Download Audio Books Page: www.wtbbl.org/DownloadAudioBooks.aspx
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