Are you a beginning computer user? Or do you know a friend or family member who would love to use the latest technologies, but would like some help getting started? Contact our Adult Services Department to schedule a one-on-one technology training class. With one-on-one training, we give you personalized coaching, in-depth answers to your questions, and, best of all, lots of opportunity to practice your new skills! We offer classes in subjects such as:
- Computer Basics I and II
- Email Basics I and II
- Basic Internet I and II
- Library Catalog
- Library Database Resources
The Assistive Technology Center provides one-on-one training in basic computer use and in the use of adaptive technology for patrons with disabilities and their advocates. Your goal may be as simple as learning how to use e-mail or you may need to spend time exploring different software options. If you would like to schedule an appointment, call locally 776-4741 Ext. 202, 1-800-432-2796 ext 202 or email Wandean Rivers at email@example.com.
Technology is always changing, but Tech Tuesdays can help you stay up to date! From eBooks to iPads and more, Tech Tuesdays provide both professional instruction and hands-on experience with popular new technology. No previous knowledge or experience required. Class sizes are small to ensure that you receive personal attentionâ€¦and that you walk away with all your questions answered!
Workshops are offered twice a month in spring and fall. All workshops are free and open to the public. Be sure to click the link below to register as space is limited!
- Schedules of Classes
Upcoming library events at Manhattan Public Library Tuesday, 14th Apr2:00 pm2 hoursLocation:Manhattan Public Library at Groesbeck Meeting RoomJoin Manhattan Public Library's social media team for a fun discussion about how to use popular social media sites Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Topics to be covered include setting up and managing profiles, sharing with others, and making sure your information is secure. Tuesday, 28th Apr2:00 pm2 hoursLocation:Manhattan Public Library at AuditoriumNow that you’ve gathered mountains of research this spring, what do you do with it? Riley County Genealogical Society experts will share how to keep your research organized so you can begin telling your family story. Guests of RCGS will be present with examples of their own completed projects, with time available for questions.