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New You Can Do I.T. Workshop Series – Teaching Technology in Libraries

2017 September 19
by Cindy Fisher

We are excited to announce the next series of You Can Do I.T. workshops: Teaching Technology in Libraries!desktop computer displaying an image of a heart

This 6.5 hour workshop will provide you with best practices in teaching technology to adults and provide ample time to practice these new skills through individual reflection, hands-on activities, and small and large group discussion. The overwhelming feedback from our Texas Public Library Technology Survey was that you want training to help patrons with technology, whether it’s one-on-one or in groups so here’s your chance! This workshop will be led by Cindy Fisher, Technology Consultant at the Texas State Library, who has over ten years of experience teaching technology to adults of all ages.

In addition to our traditional workshop set-up, we’re also trying something new!
During the afternoon we will host a Tech Tour & Talk where attendees will learn from on another. Bring your most pressing technology questions whether it’s about offering or preparing technology programs for your patrons, getting recommendations on hardware or software, or sharing technology tips and inspiration! At each location, we’ll also take time to tour the host library to learn about their technology services and providers.

For more information and to register, please hop on over to

Our Fall 2017 locations are:

Oct 12       Seguin
Oct 26      Hewitt
Nov 16      Wichita Falls
Nov 27      Robstown
Nov 28      McAllen

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  1. November 10, 2017

    Hi guys! Will you be offering this workshop in the Deep East Texas area? I am from Center, and I normally end up going to workshops in either Nacogdoches or Diboll (more often Diboll, to be honest).


  2. Cindy Fisher permalink
    November 21, 2017

    Hi Cassey, yes, we’re finalizing dates for a training in Deep East Texas and will announce them soon! Keep an eye out and can’t wait to see you in the Spring.

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