Bucks County Free Library is hosting a monthly series of “Tech Talks” about software, security and other tech-related topics.
The series kicks off Wednesday, April 19, at 2 p.m. with an overview of streaming devices like Amazon Fire Stick, Google TV and Roku.
All “Tech Talks” will be hosted at the library’s Doylestown branch and livestreamed to the Bensalem and Quakertown branches, where participants can watch and pose questions in real time. Registration is not required for those attending at a branch.
Participants can also watch from any location using Zoom. To register for the Zoom link, visit calendar.buckslib.org and choose Virtual Events. “Tech Talks” will be recorded for later viewing on the library’s website buckslib.org.
Additional “Tech Talks” include “Internet and Social Media Safety” on Wednesday, May 17, at 2 p.m., and “iPhone and iPad Fundamentals” on Wednesday, June 21, at 2 p.m.
Led by Matt Hrebicik, Bucks County Free Library’s information technology director, “Tech Talks” will provide an overview of each topic and address beginner- and intermediate-level questions. Staff will not troubleshoot participants’ personal devices during a talk.
Bucks County Free Library staff offer walk-in help with basic concerns on personal devices and accessing library eBooks and audiobooks. Remote help with library resources is available by booking an appointment at buckslib.org/livehelp.