The Ramona Library's Dick Wayman Technology Center opened in April 2015 and features state-of-the-art technology.
The Technology Center's MakerBot Replicator 3D printer enables you to create three-dimensional objects using a design of your choosing. Use the MakerBots' predesigned objects for easy printing or create your own at home and print it at the library. 3D printing is a fun and accessible way to teach kids and teens engineering concepts.
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Customers are now welcome to check out laptops to use at the library. All you need is a library card! Each laptop has an internet browser and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Publisher) ready for use.
Adults and teens are welcome to check out iPads to use at the library. Apps include Animoto Video Maker, ArtRage, DC Comics, and more.
Kids can enjoy iPads stocked with games and educational resources at select library events.
Select computers inside the Dick Wayman Technology Center are equipped with large monitors and Corel VideoStudio editing software.
In addition, customers can now enjoy expanded wireless internet access from 5 a.m. to 12 a.m.
The Ramona Library will be hosting special programs for all ages that teach customers how to use the new tools available through the Dick Wayman Technology Center.
Stay tuned for computer classes, 3D printer workshops, maker projects for kids and teens, and much more!
Check the branch calendar to check out what's happening this month in the Dick Wayman Technology Center.