Tech Tuesdays are free, two-hour workshops that provide beginner-level instruction on fun, popular topics in the world of technology. These workshops provide an equal balance between instruction and hands-on work, meaning that attendees walk away with both knowledge and experience.
The next class, Digital Resources at the Library on March 4 at 2:00 p.m., will focus on the programs and databases available through the library’s website. Programs to learn languages, search community resources, prepare for academic and professional testing, read magazines online, and more are available to library card holders.
If you are interested in attending, please fill out the registration form in our Events calendar, call the library at (785) 776-4741 ext. 141, or stop by the Information Desk at the library.
We have several more classes scheduled this season. On March 18, the library will offer a class on the basics of Windows 8. Then on April 1, experts from the Genealogical society will show you how to use Ancestry.com and Geneaology.com, both of which are available for free at the library. For a complete list of classes, please check our events calendar or click here to print the flyer.