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Holiday Comment Contest!

Xbox KinectHere's an opportunity to win a gently used Xbox 360 Kinect with 3 games for your library! The game console comes with 4GB of memory, one Kinect sensor, two wireless controllers, all the connecting cables and is wifi capable. The games included are Kinect Sports (Boxing, Track & Field, Soccer, Table Tennis, Beach Volleyball and Championship Bowling), Dance Central 2, and Kinect Adventures (20 different heart-pounding adventures).

How can you enter? Simply leave us a comment and share one or more of the following:

  • your favorite post(s)
  • things you've learned about through TechBits that you're using at your library
  • topics you'd like us to cover
  • an area of technology you're interested in for your library

Official Rules: To enter, leave a comment on this post by Monday, January 1st. We will draw a winner at random. Provide your real e-mail address so we can get in touch with you later (it will not be posted on the Internet). Anyone can comment (we're very interested in the feedback!), but you must be an employee of a South Central Library System member library to win. The winner will be announced on the blog.

We'd like to make TechBits as interesting and relevant as we can, and every comment and bit of feedback helps! If you would like to comment, but not be entered to win, just say "comment only" in your comment.Xbox Kinect Games


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Computer classes for adults

I am looking forward to trying the VR kit with our teen group in 2018!

We are interested in trying the VR as a drop in program

I appreciate the suggestion for SnagIt, software we purchased and used after it was recommended on TechBits!

I still have a file folder of the most useful Tech Tips. Yes, back in the day, I printed them off for "safe keeping".

We appreciated the mention of Unsplash for images--I passed it along to our poster-makers here & they were delighted! I wonder if SCLS could loan out tech experts like they do equipment? I think a lot of smaller libraries would benefit greatly if they could borrow a tech guy for a day to run a coding program or something along those lines...?

I am very interested in the VR Kit for my local Library. I have heard a lot about it, and am curious to try it out for myself!

Favorite post: Tech Gratefulness. Most recently used tip...telling Cortana to shut up and leave me alone. So excited to be ramping up with some digitization projects with local historical society. More tips in that area would be appreciated as well as anything Makerspace related.

Definitely computer classes like Word and Excel

Thank you to everyone who commented, we really do appreciate the feedback. We drew a name this morning and congratulations to PDS on winning the Xbox 360 Kinect, I'll be sending it out this week!

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