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.
Wednesday, June 12th at 1:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m. – Better Living with your Smartphone – Community Room B
This BEGINNER class will show you the many ways you can use your smartphone: texting, getting directions, taking pictures, using the web, email and finding and using apps. Registration is required and limited to 20. Please call 231-237-7340 to register.
Wednesday, August 14th at 10:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. – Tablet Basics – Community Room B
This BASIC workshop is for people who have rarely used a tablet, own one, and are interested in what they can do. We will cover everything from the touchscreen to playing games, including email, taking pictures and using the web. Registration is required and limited to 25. Please call 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!