Meigs Library offers technical support

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Christian Howell is the new technology trainer at the Meigs County District Public Library.

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POMEROY — The Meigs County District Public Library has a new technology trainer, Christian Howell.

The tech trainer helps members of the public with everything from setting up a new cell phone to setting up an email address or navigating websites, assistant manager Chelsea Poole said in a statement. Press.

This position is funded in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the State Library of Ohio through the Guiding Ohio Online Grant. Those interested in technology support are encouraged to call the library to make an appointment with Howell, or drop by the Pomeroy Library, as he is available most of the time.

According to the press release, another objective of this program is to provide outreach services to the community. Howell will soon be available at the Mulberry Community Center and Meigs County Farmers Market to provide technology assistance and publicize other library services such as the Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Borrowing Program.

Meigs Library has 120 mobile Wi-Fi hotspots available to borrow for a 14-day period. Library staff have heard from borrowers that they have used the devices for working from home, for their children to do homework, stream content, play and for many other purposes. Borrowers can use these devices to perform any other task that requires an internet connection.

Call the Pomeroy Library at 740-992-5813 to schedule an appointment with Howell or to put hotspots on hold. For more information, visit the library’s website at www.meigslibrary.org/

Christian Howell is the new technology trainer at the Meigs County District Public Library.



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