Answered By: Cathay Keough Last Updated: May 08, 2019 Views: 287
We have several types of introductory computer classes ongoing throughout many Delaware libraries. For a quick way to see a list, take a look at the calendar of events linked here. Filter your results by library, adult level, and put in "computer class" as a search term (without the quotes) to find the list of classes that may be of interest. Most require registration.
You can also call the library directly, if you would like to know if your library has classes or to register for a class. Here is a list of libraries with hours and locations.
Some libraries offer online classes as well. For examples:
- for Sussex County patrons there are "Universal Class" online computer classes (you must have a library card issued from a Sussex County library. See: http://www.sussex.lib.de.us/online-learning Universal Class is in the center column).
- through the Delaware Division of Libraries there are basic classes you can take, through Learning Express. These classes can be taken on your own time and include subjects such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, and many more Here's the link to Learning Express. All you need is your Delaware library card to get started.
If you have interest in taking a basic computer class or have suggestions for future classes, please let us know. We truly appreciate hearing from you!