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Your Library, Your Lifeline: Technology Help
Many activities today require that you use a computer. Whether you're applying for a job, banking online, or helping kids with their homework, you need to have some knowledge of computers to get by.
Check out a book from our collection.
The library has hundreds of books on computers, from how-tos for beginners to advanced programming. Do a keyword search in the catalog for the program/service you are trying to learn, for example: "microsoft word" or "ipad."
Attend a free library computer class.
The library offers free classes on searching the Web, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and on creating free online e-mail accounts. Find a computer class.
Use the library's free public computers
Practice your skills by using one of the library's free public computers.
Take a class.
Your local school district may offer inexpensive Adult Education classes on technology. In addition, Camden County College offers Continuing Education courses. Senior Citizens are eligible for half-price tuition if space is available.
Stay safe on the web.
From the Office of the Camden County Sheriff: Kids' Safety on the Internet
Microsoft has online classes on computers and the Internet.