TCPL offers a variety of technology classes where you can improve your computer skills. See what times and days are available by visiting the TCPL Event Calendar or by asking someone at the information desk of any branch. Registration is required.
One-on-one technology tutorials give you a chance to get personal help with a topic of your choice. Learn about the basics of using a computer or tablet, and get started with online services like email, Facebook, and Twitter.
Available topics include basic Windows functions, using tablets, navigating and searching the internet, using library downloadables, and help setting email, Facebook, or other social media. Other topics may be available depending on staff expertise – feel free to ask! If you have questions about a tablet, laptop, e-reader, or other mobile device, please bring it with you.
Sign up for classes at the information desk or by calling 765-429-0113.
Each session is limited to one topic, but you are free to register for multiple sessions.
Monday, 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday, 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday, 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday, 2:00 p.m.
Can’t make it to one of the regular tutorial times? Check the library calendar to see when the next Digital Drop-In session is. You can stop by without an appointment and get quick help with library electronic services or your mobile device. Please be sure to bring your library card and password for your email account.
Times, dates, and locations vary. Click here to view the calendar.
Did you know that the library offers free downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, music, and videos? Do you want to get help putting those onto your device to enjoy? Drop by the information desk for a quick starter, or get more in-depth help by signing up for a one-on-one tutorial.
Check back regularly to learn more about more upcoming technology events. Plans are in the works for classes on E-books, cloud computing, and more!
You can also check out our library collection. We have hundreds of books and magazines that cover everything from specific versions of Windows or Office to the latest tablet computers and graphics programs. Search on TIPCAT or ask for help at the information desk.