Computer Classes

One-on-one computer tutoring by volunteers can help with individual needs. Please call the library to make a one-hour appointment.

Note: We are always evaluating our computer class offerings, and we value your opinion. Please help us plan our classes by filling out this short survey: Click here for the survey.

Self-Help for New Computer Users.

Upcoming Events

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

NEW! Programming Club

laptopComputers are one of the most powerful tools we have, and programming is the door to that power. From AAA games to tax software—everything was coded by people. Whether you are looking to learn, improve, collaborate, or just share your passion for code, come to our new Programming Club. Paul Becker, who has been programming since age eight, will be the coordinator. He studied Math, Computer Science, and Physics at Drew University, taught Game Design in Unreal at Fairleigh Dickinson, and co-owns a fledgling game and software development company, Blindhack Software, with his brother. All knowledge levels welcome; for teens on up. Participants should bring a laptop. Any operating system is acceptable (Windows, Mac, Linux). The group will meet weekly. No sign-up is needed.