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2014 technology classes now available!

TCPL is once again offering a variety of technology classes where you can improve your computer skills. See what times and days are available by visiting the TCPL Event Calendar or by asking someone at the information desk of any branch. Registration is required.

One-on-One Technology Basics @ Campus

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At the Campus Library, learn the basics of using a computer or tablet. These one-on-one sessions with a librarian allow you to get all your questions answered.
One-on-one sessions provide help with questions such as learning to use a mouse or keyboard, setting up an email account, sending an attachment, downloading eBooks and eAudiobooks, using a flash drive, using our library catalog and finding information online. For tablet questions, please bring your own device.
These tutorials are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Register at any information desk or by calling 269-5389.

Internet Classes @ Downtown

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Discover how to navigate the Internet in the Portal at the Downtown Library. These small group classes will get you up to speed and ready to go online. Choose one or both classes to attend.
Basic Internet – Explore the features of a web browser and learn about the basics of getting around on the web.
Intermediate Internet – Get tips on advanced search strategies and how to protect yourself when you go online.
In October there will be one class per week, alternating between basic and intermediate. Morning and afternoon sessions are available. Sign up for one or both classes at the information desk or by calling 765-429-0113. Some experience with using a mouse and keyboard is required.

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Did you know that the library offers free downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, music, and videos? Do you want to get help putting those onto your device to enjoy? Come join us at the Downtown Library on Tuesday, July 29 at 7:00 p.m. A librarian will demonstrate the Indiana Digital Media website and Overdrive app, and give tips on how those work with your device.

 


Future Classes

Check back regularly to learn more about more upcoming technology events. Plans are in the works for classes on E-books, cloud computing, and more!

You can also check out our library collection. We have hundreds of books and magazines that cover everything from specific versions of Windows or Office to the latest tablet computers and graphics programs. Seach on TIPCAT or ask for help at the information desk.

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