Mid-Hudson libraries supply ‘digital navigators’ without cost expertise help – Every day Freeman

The Kingston Library’s new momentary residence at 61 Crown St. opened on Monday, Oct. 30, 2023. (Tania Barricklo/Every day Freeman)

KINGSTON, N.Y. — A number of Mid-Hudson libraries are collaborating within the “Digital Navigators of the Hudson Valley” program, providing free technological help for many who want it, an announcement by the Mid-Hudson Library System stated.

This system options “digital navigators,” skilled guides who work in member libraries to supply help. The announcement stated digital navigators can be found to assist with “utilizing a tool, securing free or low-cost web service, filling out on-line job purposes, making use of for providers and advantages, accessing instructional providers, signing up without cost telephone applications, or coping with day by day life duties corresponding to paying payments on-line.”

In Ulster County, 5 libraries are collaborating in this system. They’re Kingston Library, 61 Crown St., Kingston; Elting Memorial Library, 93 Primary St., New Paltz; Plattekill Library, 2047 state Route 32, Modena; City of Ulster Public Library, 860 Ulster Ave., City of Ulster; and Woodstock Public Library, 5 Library Lane, Woodstock.

In Dutchess County, digital navigators will be discovered at Pink Hook Library, 7444 South Broadway, Pink Hook.

For a full checklist of libraries and organizations providing digital navigators within the area, go to hvconnected.org.

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