March 9, 2018
Digital Literacy Lab at Central Library
March is Teen Tech Month! We've got lots of awesome events on the calendar for our teens. Make sure you check out the TCCL Online Event Guide to see our full list of events and programs. There are more than I could ever hope to fit in one email.

-Katlin Seagraves, Digital Literacy Associate
Art + Feminism: Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon at Philbrook
Philbrook will host its first Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon, aimed at correcting the gender imbalance in Wikipedia's representation of artists. Katlin Seagraves of Tulsa City-County Library will lead a Wikipedia training session at 11am for interested participants. 

Participants will then be invited to make their own Wikipedia contributions, or edit existing pages in a free-form workshop. RSVPs required, and all participants must bring a laptop. Snacks provided.
Tech Talk - 2 Factor Authentication on March 23
Do you know if your online accounts have been hacked? Join us March 23 for a lunch-time tech talk on 2-Factor Authentication and online security. Luke Crouch, privacy engineer at Mozilla, will show you steps you can take to keep your personal accounts locked down.
Seats Open - Django Girls Tulsa, March 23-24
This event is a partnership between the Techlahoma Foundation and Tulsa City-County Library.
Central Library will be hosting Django Girls Tulsa's second ever workshop on March 23-24.

If you identify as a woman, know English and have a laptop, you can apply for our event! You don't need to know any technical stuff – our workshop is for people who are new to programming.

Food will be provided. A comfort room is available for breastfeeding mothers. To join us, head on over to and fill out our application today!
NEW: DuckDuckGo Privacy App and Extension
DuckDuckGo has a new app! You can add the DuckDuckGo extension into your browser. It can help you avoid advertising trackers, keep your browsing private, and grade the sites you visit for privacy.

Check it out!
Miss our Privacy Lab? Check out the video here!
Did you miss our Privacy Lab on January 6? Luke Crouch also gave this talk at the Muskogee Public Library. You can check it out at the button below.