Tech Central

The Yonkers Public Library presents
TECH CENTRAL
at the Yonkers Riverfront Library!

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Tech Central consists of 3 labs designed to enhance the technology learning experience.

  • New hardware, software & classes in the Learning Lab
  • Creative learning in the Maker Lab
  • Explore Video Production in the Media Lab

There’s something for everyone in Tech Central!

Tech Central’s Learning Lab
Tech Central includes a 24-seat Learning Lab with Smart Board, 9 ft. drop-down screen, Optima LCD projector, 30 HP laptops, 30 iPads, large format printer, and much more. Classes held in Tech Central are free and open to the public. We offer classes on all levels of learning. 
We have new training classes on Office 2013, including Microsoft Publisher, iPad Basics, Everything Google, Photoshop and more!

Get creative in the Maker Lab
The Maker Lab is a do-it-yourself space for creating, inventing, and learning. We are conducting sessions such as Little Bits robotics, Raspberry Pi demonstrations, coding and 3D printing, as well as creative programs such as preparing healthy snacks, adult coloring, and various arts & crafts projects.

State of the Art Media Lab
Whether you want to deliver a weather report like a News 12 pro or be the next J-Lo, our Media Lab is the place for you. With state-of-the-art video production and recording equipment and green screen walls, you will be able to sing, dance, and act your way into your own video! Learn to create videos and pictures using green screening technology.

Studios
Our studios offer the perfect setting for learning or hosting a business meeting. Each studio is equipped with:

  • Conference table and seating for 6
  • HP Desktop PC
  • Wireless mouse and keyboard
  • 2 flat panel TVs with WebEx conferencing capabilities
  • A whiteboard wall

 

Tech Central in the Riverfront Library 1332_1_1has an audio induction loop system, an assistive listening technology for individuals with reduced ranges of hearing.  The cable generates a magnetic field throughout the looped space which can be picked up by a hearing aid, cochlear implant (CI) processors, and specialized hand-held hearing loop receivers for individuals without telecoil compatible hearing aids.  It allows the sound to be transmitted to the hearing-impaired listener clearly and free of other distracting noise in the environment.