Computer Classes for Adults at the East Library and Recreation Center
By Arlington Public Library
Posted on October 26, 2021, October 26, 2021

Digital literacy means having the skills you need to learn and live in a society where access to information and communication is increasingly important through technology. The Arlington Public Library has created a class to help those looking to improve their digital skills. DigitALL is a six-week series that will teach students the skills to thrive in the digital world. These classes are available for adults 18 and older. This is an in-person class and a library card is not required to register for or to attend a class.

Topics the classes will cover:

  • Computer basics
  • Familiarization with hardware, practice keyboarding and mousing
  • Learning to use Google Drive, Docs, Sheets
  • Using internet and online meeting platforms such as Zoom
  • Learn to use email
  • Learn about internet safety and privacy
  • Job search skills including building a resume and learning how to complete online applications.

Classes will be at the East Library and Recreation Center. Please see calendar to register.

There is also a series of three computer classes in Spanish the week November 7, 2021. Conceptos básicos de la computadora y como usarla, Seguridad en internet & Búsqueda de trabajo. These classes are from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the East Library. Students are not required to have a library card, but online registration is required.

Other computer classes offered at East are Learn to use Google Apps, Graphic Design – Using Canva, and Learning the Basic of Photo Editing – Using Pixlr. These classes are from 10 – 11:30 a.m. No library card needed. Registration is required.

Please see the Arlington Public Library calendar for any future classes and events.

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