Author Archive for Stacey

Tuesday, Apr 26, 2022

This May we have an emphasis on Google services, along with a special presenter to show us audio editing in Audacity!

Monday, Mar 28, 2022

We have some creative tech events planned for April:

Friday, Feb 25, 2022

We have a couple of standard tech classes this March, along with two opportunities to spend time getting to know the Digital Media Lab.  It’s a coincidence that everything happens to be in-person this month – we’ll keep mixing in Zoom classes for quite a while, since they've been very popular.

Thursday, Feb 24, 2022

Update from 3/21/2022:  VITA has reached capacity for 2022 and is not taking any new requests. Hooray for VITA's free tax preparation!  Trained volunteers from the University of Iowa help low- and moderate-income taxpayers in the Johnson County area prepare and file their taxes electronically. There is no cost for preparing your returns or getting your refund. VITA is currently accepting requests for tax preparation using one of three methods, due to COVID precautions:

Tuesday, Jan 25, 2022

Here’s your selection of February tech events in the library’s Digital Media Lab and back on Zoom:

Tuesday, Dec 21, 2021

What better way to start off the new year than learning something with the library?

Saturday, Nov 20, 2021

We hope you'll find time to join us for some fun things in the Digital Media Lab in December! Make a Custom Coloring Page

Friday, Oct 1, 2021

We've been waiting to return to in-person programming to do classes on our Adobe software and the equipment in the Digital Media Lab -- so we've packed a lot into October!  

Tuesday, Aug 25, 2020

If you think ebooks are the only service we can provide while closed, you’re missing out!  You can still: Take something home

About Stacey

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You will see me at the Info Desk, teaching classes in the Digital Media Lab, and answering the library's phone. My favorite books have humor, fantasy, and/or offbeat insights about life. I enjoy a book with “a comic formality of thought and speech,” as Gail Honeyman described her narrator's voice in Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, also...