When the pandemic danger has passed the Allentown Public Library will resume holding FREE in-person, weekly computer classes. Topics change weekly and vary from basic computer functions to how to use some of the library’s databases.
Click a link below to view slideshow presentations of a variety of computer topics created by the library staff.
Tech Tuesday Topics
Learn about the basic functions of computers.
What is the internet? Learn about the internet, different browsers, and how to go to different websites.
Learn about different search engines and good searching practices.
Setup an email account and learn how to read, write, reply and delete emails.
Learn how to use the cloud to save and store documents and access free word processing programs.
Setup a Facebook page, change privacy settings, and make comments.
Borrow eBooks and audio books and download them to your device.
Visit our Downloadables Page for additional help
Learn how to use this library database which provides readers advisory, book discussion guides, and more.
Learn the basics of this word processing program including: how to highlight, change font, copy and paste, and some keyboard shortcuts.
Create a family tree. Learn to uses sources such as Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest
Learn how to use the library’s online catalog to search for items and monitor account
Visit our My Account Page for additional help