The Charlevoix Public Library strives to teach relevant tech classes that help our patrons make their way through an increasingly technology driven world. We are always open to suggestions for future classes and if you have an idea or desire for a future class please contact us using the Ask a Librarian form at the bottom of this page.
Tuesday, February 25, 2020 Coeling Computer Center, 1 – 3 pm
ENJOYING YOUR DESKTOP COMPUTER
Do you have a computer at home that you do not understand? Need to learn the very basic basics of home computing? This beginner class will cover everything you need to access the internet, set up an email account and safely browse the web.
This class will be held in the Library’s Coeling Computer Center and space is limited, registration is required. Please call the Information Services desk at 231-237-7340 to register.
March 25, 2020 Community Room A, 6 – 7:30 pm
CUTTING THE CORD 2020: Letting go of cable and thriving!
This newly updated class will cover alternatives to cable for streaming and watching movies, shows and other media in your home, on your phone or other mobile device.
Space is limited and registration is required. Please call the Information Services desk at 231-237-7340 to register.
Here are some classes that we have held in the past. Where applicable, handouts of the classes have been made available.
Looking to learn even more technology skills? Try out the Lynda.com database! It is available to all Charlevoix library cardholders in good standing and provides access to over 60,000 tutorial videos on a variety of subjects. Learn anything from art and photography to coding skills and how to use QuickBooks. Click on the logo below to get started!