New Trainings

Tutor.com training : August 22, 2023

Walk Through of Your Tutor.com Program

Tutor.com training for customers : Training from March 15, 2022

Stressed for the test? Prepare for the SAT/ACT’s with Tutor.com!

Taking standardized tests can be stressful, but Tutor.com is here to help you prepare. To introduce you to the features of this free library resource, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and your local public library are hosting a webinar. In this presentation, you’ll learn about test prep resources such as live tutoring and the SAT/ACT Essentials portal.

Tutor.com training for customers : Training from March 8, 2022

Everything You Need to Know About Tutor.com

Did you know that your library card gives you access to Tutor.com? To help you learn more about this free resource which offers live tutoring and homework help, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and your local public library are hosting an introductory webinar. Topics include: practice quizzes, resume and cover letter review.

Tutor.com training for staff : Training from February 8, 2022

Tutor.com Staff Training

This webinar training will be a quick and comprehensive walk through of your Tutor.com program. We will be touching upon how patrons may be accessing the program, the different features available, all of the recent additions and expansions within the program.

New eResources Training Webinars

Posted November 9, 2020

We’ve added several new resources to our lineup. Please view these recorded trainings to learn more about each resource.

Tutor.com

Gale Presents: Udemy

 

Libby Information

OverDrive’s new app, Libby. Patrons can still use the classic OverDrive app, but Libby contains new features. Read more here, “12 awesome features in Libby.”

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  1. virtuallexicon

    Hi Tom ~ In terms of functionality, Zinio and Flipster work the same. We are interested in trying a a different eMagazine service since OverDrive stopped supporting magazines back in November, and Flipster has some big titles that Zinio doesn’t offer. Please let us know what you think of Flipster once you’ve had a chance to play around on it. We did start with a small, pilot collection so there aren’t as many magazines on Flipster as there are on Zinio. We’ll consider adding more titles to Flipster if people like it. Thanks again for your note! Hilary

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