Helping people to go digital

Tablets and eReaders are becoming increasingly popular and affordable.

Tablets and eReaders are becoming increasingly popular and affordable.

But choosing the right one and learning how to use it can be daunting.

The Source electronics store in Westbank has partnered with the Okanagan Regional Library’s Peachland branch to offer a class called “Go Digital! Hands on Learning with eReaders and Tablets.”

A variety of devices will be on hand for customers to try out and staff will be able to answer questions about using the technology, including how to download free content from the library system.

The “Go Digital” session will be held at the Peachland library branch, located in Peachland Village Mall, on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 6 p.m.

This is a free event with no registration required.

More detailed information can be found online at or by calling the branch at 250-767-9111.


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