Video Conferencing at the Library
The Dorothy Alling Memorial Library of Williston received a grant through the Vermont Department of Libraries for videoconferencing equipment. The Dorothy Alling Memorial Library is excited to be included in this project.
Videoconferencing can be used with Google Hangout, Skype or other free applications. It has many uses such as online training or meetings, book club discussions and job interviews. It allows two or more locations to communicate through video and audio transmissions over the Internet. Anyone can use this free service. No library card is needed, it is free and open to the public. Contact the library to get information on availability.
The other paticipating Vermont libraries are:
Martha Canfield Library, Arlington
Bradford Public Library, Bradford
Brooks Memorial Library, Brattleboro
Fletcher Free Library, Burlington
Cobleigh Public Library, Lyndonville
Ilsley Public Library, Middlebury
Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier
Centennial Library, Morrisville
Goodrich Memorial Library, Newport
Rutland Free Library, Rutland
St. Albans Free Library, St. Albans
Normwan Williams Library, Woodstock