The library offers individual computer instruction. Learn how to download ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines. Learn great hints for maximizing your use of Excel or how to set up a Facebook page.
Make an appointment to meet with a Reference Librarian for 30 minutes of instruction on using the library or some type of technology. Complete this form, return it to the library, and a librarian will contact you to make an appointment. You can bring your own laptop or request to use a library laptop.
Possible topics include specific software, such as Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office, or hardware, such as using the mouse. We can also help you learn more about a variety of services on the Internet, including email and Facebook. If you are interested in researching a particular topic online, such as genealogy or health information, we can help with that, too!
The laptop computers used for this service were purchased in part with Federal Library Services and Technology Act funds, awarded to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction by the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.