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Computer Classes

To find class times and register, visit our Adult Programs page. We want to know what kind of tech training you need. Next time you're at the library, please let us know. You can also contact us through the website.


One-on-One Tech Help

If you need some one-on-one help with your tech, you can book a 30-60 minute appointment. We can help you create an email account, get started using Facebook or Twitter, troubleshoot your mobile device, and more. Want to get started using OverDrive eBooks and eAudiobooks, Zinio eMagazines, Ancestry.com or other library resources? Request an appointment: visit the library in person or contact us.


iCloud of iPad (2 hours)

Learn some of the basics about iCloud, including backing up your iPad and photo sharing through iCloud. This is a 2-hour class with a maximum of 6 people. For more experienced iPad users! To register you must have taken iPad Basics part 1. Cost is $15 per person. Bring your iPad. Instructor: Darrell Noseworthy. To find class times and register, visit our Adult Programs page.


iPad Photo (2 hours)

This class is an introduction to working with photos on your iPad. It includes taking photos with the iPad and using the Photo App to review, edit, and organize images. To register you must have taken iPad Basics part 1. Cost is $15. Bring your iPad. Instructor: Darrell Noseworthy. To find class times and register, visit our Adult Programs page.


iPad Basics (2 hours)

Learn iPad basics (buttons, wifi, screen and gestures, apps, basic settings) in a small group. To find class times and register, visit our Adult Programs page.


iPad Basics Pt 2: Communications (2 hours)

This class will provide an overview of popular communication apps: Mail, FaceTime/Skype and Messages. To register you must have taken iPad Basics part 1. Cost is $15. To find class times and register, visit our Adult Programs page.


Android Basics (2 hours)

Android Basics covers the basics of using Android devices: navigating Android, settings, working with apps, the Play Store, browsing the Internet. Cost is $15. To find class times and register, visit our Adult Programs page.


Computer Training on the Internet

There are places on the Internet providing free online training. Visit the library and book a computer to complete one today:

Mousercise: Learn how to use a mouse and practice your skills.

10 Tips for the Awkward Age of Computing Make your computer easier to see, hear and use with Microsoft accessibility options

Brain Training Games Practice your mouse and keyboard skills and exercise your brain.

Senior Computing Skills More games and excercises

Learnfree.org uses videos and interactive lessons to teach a variety of computer topics, including Computer Basics, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word), Facebook, Internet Basics and Google. Start Computer Basics. Start iPad Basics.

Webwise: Making the Most of Being Online is a collection of BBC video tutorials with printable notes. Totally free and comes with charming British accent. The Computer Basics course starts here.