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Training videos on a host of IT tools

Quebec City, January 31, 2011 - The Quebec City Library Network provides its users with the Vodeclic electronic resource free of charge, which provides access to more than 5,000 training videos on a host of computer tools: from creation to from a Facebook account to iPhone applications via email and the main common software.

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Quebec City, January 31, 2011 - The Quebec City Library Network is putting
the electronic resource available to its users free of charge Vodeclic, who
provides access to more than 5,000 training videos on a host of IT tools:
from the creation of a Facebook account to iPhone applications via the
e-mail and mainstream software.

Accessible by the link " Online resources »On the home page of the
Network of libraries, Vodeclic offers more than 5000 training videos on
office suites, email (Outlook and WEB), various Internet applications,
social media (Facebook, Twitter), devices such as iPhone, tablets
electronics and smartphones, operating systems, software
public domain, etc. To access it free of charge, subscribers must register their
subscription numbers and their PIN.

Founded in France in 2007, Vodeclic is the most important library of modes
of videos on new technologies intended for the general public.
Lasting an average of 4 minutes, each user manual responds to a specific use
and provides a concrete answer to the user's question.

The Library Network also offers training ABCs of Online Learning,
a demonstration conference to discover the many free resources
self-study available on the portal of the City's Library Network
from Quebec. Vodeclic will be one of the resources offered during this training.

More information at www.bibliothequesdequebec.qc.ca.

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