By Editors on 12-05-2022
NEEDE – On Tuesday, June 7, the Neede Library will provide an explanation of applications where you can learn about plants and animals. This workshop starts at 10:00 AM. Signing up is free, but registration is required. You can do this in the Neede library, via www.oostachterhoek.nl/digitheek or via 088-0062929.
plant and animal applications
Do you realize this? While walking you see a beautiful flower, but you have no idea what it is? Or a cheerful whistling bird whose name you don’t know? During the Digitheek workshop, you will receive an explanation of the applications in which you can learn about plants and animals, even while walking. Remember to bring your smartphone or tablet to the workshop.
the digital library
Short workshops are offered in the digital library on various digital topics. From walkthroughs of hiking apps, to searching digital photo archives, from walkthroughs of easy-to-use library applications to creating photo books. More information: www.oostachterhoek.nl/digitheek.
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