EL CAJON LIBRARY TO HOST ONLINE DATING CLASS

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February 7, 2013 (El Cajon)--Looking for love in cyberspace? Just in time for Valentine's Day, the El Cajon Branch Library, 201 E. Douglas Av, will host a class on online dating, Tuesday, February 12, at 6:30 p.m. The free session will cover a wide variety of tips and topics, and is open to those ages 18 and over.

"We'll talk about how to navigate popular online dating sites," says Librarian Miko Osada, "along with enhancing your presence by creating a clever username, composing a catchy profile, and selecting the perfect photo."  Osada adds that the program will also cover the next steps,
including handling the first date, the differences between meeting online and meeting in person, and tips for avoiding scams.
 
Attendees will be able to use the library's new Chromebooks, the ultralight computer notebooks by Google, during the class. The El Cajon Library is one of eight County Library branches to receive a set of Chromebooks through a grant from the California State Library and Califa Library Group, and they are now available for public use inside the library.
 
Reservations for the program are not necessary. For more information, please call the library at (619) 588-3718.