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Computer Workshops at Burlington Public Library

Classes

Navigating the ’Net —
A first look at the Internet. Learn about websites and search engines. Participants MUST be able to use a mouse.

  • Wednesday January 14, 2015 from 1:15 - 2:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday March 11, 2015 from 1:15 - 2:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday May 6, 2015 from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m.
Register for a One-on-One Workshops with Us

EBooks and Digital Audiobooks—Learn how to download free eBooks and/or audiobooks from the Burlington Public Library website to your compatible eReader, Smartphone, or audio device. Bring in your device(s) and/or your laptop and we will walk you step-by-step through the process of downloading eBooks. If you have a desktop computer at home or you are just curious about digital media, we will be happy to demonstrate using our equipment.

Library Catalog— This one-on-one workshop will teach users how to search for books, videos, CDs, and other library materials that are available in Burlington and the other libraries in our consortium. Attendees will also learn how to access library accounts, place holds, and renew items. Workshop participants MUST be able to use a mouse.

Database Workshop—In this one-on-one workshop you will learn what an online database is and how to access from home or at the library. Using our databases, learn how to find magazine and newspaper articles, take practice exams for SATs, GREs, civil service and many other exams, read book reviews and entire books online, gather business information and sales leads. Class participants MUST be able to use a mouse.

Email—Set up a free Yahoo! email account and learn how to use it. Pick up a "How-to" brochure at the Reference Desk on the second floor and/or ask for a one-on-one lesson.

IMPORTANT—All computer workshops are FREE but you must register in advance by calling the Reference Desk at (781) 270-1691 or stopping by the second floor of the library. Class participants MUST be able to use a mouse. If you need help learning to use a mouse, speak to a Reference Librarian. We have tutorials that can help. We also have numerous technology training DVDs on introductory computer use, email, Internet, Microsoft Office, and much more. Just pop one in your DVD player and learn.

Call (781) 270-1691 to Register for our FREE classes!