The Patch Newsletter and smart phone apps are great ways for young scholars to keep up with news back home
Friday, July 29, 2011
There are two great ways to help your college student stay in touch with hometown news. Sign your student up for a Patch newsletter, and let them know about adding the Patch apps for iPhone and Android phones. Did we mention it's all free? Your family scholar can keep up with local news, including the wide variety of events going on at their high schools and in their communities back home. Besides, we want to stay connected to some of our most loyal readers. Simply look at the top of this page to find the green button "Get the Patch Newsletter" and sign up college-bound students for the newsletter. Click here for more on our smart phone apps. Good luck to all college-bound students. Visit often!
Cuyahoga County Public Library one of first in country to roll out free app
Cuyahoga County Public Library is one of the first public libraries in the country to offer customers a smartphone app. CCPL Mobile is the name of this exciting new feature that brings customer convenience to a whole new level. The CCPL Mobile app is available to CCPL cardholders to download free from the app stores of all smartphone and tablet platforms. With CCPL Mobile you can self-check-out materials, access your account, search the catalog with minimal keystrokes, reserve and renew items, check the programming calendar, search online newspapers and magazines and read book reviews and summaries. You can also use it to find library branches and hours, text questions to the KnowItNow 24/7 reference service, and connect with the library …