Message from the Director: Tech Assistance at the Library

Amy Director

Livingston Library Community, 

Are you interested in borrowing ebooks from the library’s digital collections but need some help troubleshooting the app with your Kindle?  Are you looking for assistance with accessing your email or troubleshooting a specific issue on your device? The Livingston Public Library is pleased to announce it’s new Tech Help program, where you can meet with a technology librarian for one-on-one technology assistance.

Tech Help  is offered by appointment only on Wednesdays beginning on December 1st at 11:30am, 12:30pm, and 2pm. Appointments will run for up to 30 minutes. It’s perfect for those who need a little bit more time or assistance troubleshooting a specific technology question or issue. You can make a Tech Help appointment for December 1st or December 8th now by calling the Reference Desk at 973-992-4600 ext. 263.

If you’re looking for information on how to get started with the Livingston Library’s digital resources or managing your library account online, you can find video tutorials through the Library’s website, here. 

Best, 

Amy Babcock, Director   

Message from the Director: Classic Movie Tuesdays

Amy Director

Livingston Library Community,

Is there anything better to do on a crisp fall evening than enjoying a movie? I don’t think so! 

Step out of the crisp autumn air and into the Livingston Public Library and join us on Tuesday, November 23rd at 7pm for our monthly Classic Movie Tuesday! Located in the Library’s program room, you can enjoy a free movie screening of a selected classic film– no movie tickets or registration required!  

This Tuesday’s movie showing will be Marjane Satrapi’s 2007 classic “Persepolis.” Persepolis is based off of Strapi’s autobiographical graphic novel which takes place in 1970s-1980s Iran and follows Strapi’s growth from childhood to adulthood during pre and post-revolutionary Iran. This film has earned universal praise from critics, and was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 80th Academy Awards.

If you’re a movie buff, looking to enjoy more films similar to this, be sure to check out the Library’s subscription to Kanopy. There are thousands of movies to enjoy on those chilly fall nights.

Best, 

Amy Babcock, Director