Let’s Learn: Connecting with Friends & Family Online
December 21, 2023


12/27/23 @ 2:00pm –
12/27/23 @ 4:00pm

Training Room

Mammen Family Public Library

Registration Required

Registration for this event is required.


The library makes every effort to ensure a welcoming and accessible environment. We can provide accommodations for people with disabilities or food allergies at library events. Please contact programs@mfplibrary.org at least seven days before the event to request accommodations.

Age Guidelines

Successful library programs are designed with age in mind. Please note this program’s age guidelines will be enforced for all active participants.

Registration is required.

Join us for this session in the “Let’s Learn” technology series! To register, please fill out the registration form on this page or call the library at (830) 438-4864.

During this class, we’ll be covering:

Connecting with Friends & Family Online (Zoom, Line, Facetime, and more)

The past couple of years have had us all “connecting remotely”, but that doesn’t mean we really know “how” to do it ourselves. The world has ever grown smaller the more technology has advanced, and with the ability to “call-up” and chat “face-to-face” with someone on the other side of the planet on a whim has made the world feel even smaller still. Yet, those of us who don’t quite know how to use this technology, have been “left out of the loop”.

Let’s learn about connecting with friends and family online. I am sure you have at least heard about “Zoom calls” at this point, but have you ever set one up yourself? Are you aware of the myriad of other options out there that do practically the same thing? Well let’s get comfortable with connecting people over the internet.

Topics discussed during this class:

Virtual Conference Options
What Devices can you use, and what might be the “best setup”?
Practicing Zoom!

Please let us know on this registration form if you plan to use one of the library’s laptops during the class or if you plan to bring your own computer device to use during the class. The library’s laptops use Microsoft’s Windows operating system.