You, too, can learn to use a computer, a cell phone, a camera; all it takes is a little time. At the Fremont Main Library there are books, online lessons, and programs to help you learn.
Our tutoring program, the Teen/Senior Computer and Gadget Help Program will begin again, starting February 9, 2013, Saturday mornings, 10:30 – 12:30 pm. This program will continue through April 20 and then will continue in the summer.
The Library recruits high school teens who will help you master your computer, cell phone, tablet, digital camera or whatever you need help with. No reservation is required. Drop in with your questions or you can take a structured lesson about Computer Basics, Windows Basics, Microsoft Word Basics, Internet Basics, or Email Basics.
EBooks and eAudiobooks have taken off with folks asking for help with downloading to various devices. In February, the Library is offering eBook help Saturday mornings from 10:30 – 12:30 PM.
In addition to our Teen/Senior tutoring program, from time to time we offer one-day classes on a single topic. Look for the announcements on event keeper or inside the library at the Information Desk. And do check out Library’s guide to computer resources.