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Computer Classes & Tutoring
Classes & Tutoring

The library offers FREE Computer Literacy & Advancement Classes taught year round in Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. The Fall & Spring semesters consist of the 8 course Computer Literacy series with classes on computer basics, internet basics, Microsoft Word & Excel, resume writing, and job searching. The fall and spring semesters are for beginner to intermediate level students. The Summer semester consists of the 5 course Living in the Online World series with classes on Microsoft PowerPoint, keyboarding, iPad basics, cloud computing, and tech savvy tips. The summer semester is for intermediate to advanced students. To register please visit or call the information desk @ 972.230.9661. For a listing of all classes offered and descriptions click here.

Morning Computer Classes


Beginning Word (Sep 3-4)

A 2 day course designed to familiarize students with the common
terminology, screen components and functions of Microsoft Word.
Students will learn how to navigate Microsoft Word and create, edit,
and save documents.

Intermediate Word (Resume Writing) (Sep 10-11)

A 2 day course designed to build on Beginning Word and instruct
students on how to craft a resume for a 21st century job search.
Students will learn how to use Word templates to write, format, and distribute a resume that accurately reflects their skills, experience,
and educational background.

Online Job Search (Sep 17-18)

A 2 day course that will provide students with strategies to conduct
an effective online job search. Students will learn how to assess their career goals, access job sites on the web, use job search engines, and develop organizational skills to aid the application process.

Beginning Excel (Sep 24-25)

A 2 day course designed to familiarize students with the common terminology, screen components, and functions of   Microsoft Excel.  Students will learn to create budgets and formulas they can use in their personal lives.

Technology Tutoring

The library offers FREE individual technology tutoring sessions.
Need help with your resume? Trouble applying for jobs? Problems with your email? Want to know more about your tablet or phone?
We will help you learn how to use YOUR computer, do something new or extend your knowledge with our friendly expert guidance. Anything you need help with can be a tutoring session.
You are free to bring your laptop from home or use one of our desktops. Two 1 hour sessions are offered every Tuesday and Thursday.

2pm-3pm & 3pm-4pm 

Sept. 2  
Sept. 9  
Sept. 16
Sept. 23
Sept. 30

1pm-2pm & 2pm-3pm

Sept. 4  
Sept. 11
Sept. 18
Sept. 25

Space is limited, registration is necessary. Please visit or call the information desk @ 972.230.9661 to register for a session.
If you find you cannot attend a session after you've registered, please call the library to cancel.