We offer free computer classes in the fall, winter and spring. Registration is required for all computer classes and space is limited. Register online or call the library for more information.
One-on-One: Getting Started with Computers & eReaders
In addition to classes, we also offer one-on-one sessions. Our sessions last 30 minutes and registration is required. Register online or call the library for more information.
Topics we can cover in our one-on-one sessions include:
- Mouse & keyboard basics
- Computer basics
- Setting up an email account & email basics
- Internet basics & beyond
- Microsoft Word basics
- Using our website & catalogue
- Using Cypress Resume to create a resume
- Using our eResources
- Getting started with Digital Collections on your own eReader or device
(If you have already been using our Digital Collections and are experiencing problems please submit a feedback ticket.)
Training takes place on library computers. Please bring your own eReader or device for Digital Collections training. While we do our best to keep up with the latest technology, we may have to direct you to other resources to help you learn about your own computer or device.
Topics we can’t cover in our one-on-one sessions include technical support for your personal electronic device or computer and topics involving personal information such as online banking or credit card transactions.
We reserve the right to limit registration.
Tech Buddies: Let a Volunteer Teen Help You
Tech Buddies connects adults with volunteer teens, aged 13-18 years, for an informal, one-on-one question and answer session about computers and technology.
Registration is required.
Sessions will resume in fall 2016. Please check this page for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To help you get started, we also have compiled a Computers & Technology subject guide.