Have you ever felt like you are too confused on the latest internet news or aren’t sure what to share on your social media? Perhaps you are looking to improve your etiquette online or are worried about sharing false information. On September 25 there will be a presentation held by Director Paul Ninneman at the Ethel Everhard Memorial Library at Westfield on how to navigate the more confusing parts of internet culture and news. Topics will include: Common pitfalls of sharing on social media, how the internet affects your brain, and how to spot and combat false information. Please contact the library at 608-296-2544, stop in to sign up, or request a spot by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are 5 spots open for September 25 at 1:00 pm. If there is a lot of interest, another session will be available September 26 at 5:30 pm! Masks and Social Distancing required. Sign-ups are ongoing!