In this digital age, more of our memories are kept on our computers, flash drives and the cloud. But how do we preserve those memories as technology changes? Alyce Scott tells us how to protect and keep photos, music, and videos. Join us on 23 October for Preserving Your Personal Digital Files. The program begins at 6:30 in the library’s main reading area.
Peru Public Library patrons have access to Zinio to download magazines from the comfort of home. Using Zinio, you have unlimited access to complete digital issues of magazines, for viewing on most Internet-enabled devices inside or outside of the library. Car & Driver, Do It Yourself, Popular Mechanics and Vegetarian Times are just a few of the popular titles available through the library’s subscription to Zinio.
And you keep the downloaded issue, there are not any due dates or limits to the number of issues borrowed. Using your free Zinio Reader account, you access and read issues anywhere, anytime, on nearly any device or computer. Staying warm and dry at home.
Have questions? Please see a library staff member for more information on creating your free accounts for this new service or click here.
Now you can add your Peru Public Library card to your CardStar™ app. Never forget your library card by carrying a virtual card. Visit CardStar™, select Peru Public Library, enter your account number. You are done. You have a virtual library card.
On the morning of 4 August, 1892, Andrew Borden and his wife were butchered in their home. Almost immediately suspicion fell on Borden’s daughter, Lizzie. But did she really commit such a horrific crime? Hear her side of the story on Thursday, 18 September at 6:30.
Please be advised that there may be material some viewers find disturbing.