Computer Classes

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The St. Joseph County Public Library offers a variety of public computer classes. Classes are created for the needs of the beginner and are FREE. Since class size is limited, we ask that you preregister for all classes.


Schedule of Computer Classes @ SJCPL

Go to Computer Class Schedule for the entire list of classes throughout the library system.

Class Descriptions

Go to Internet Class Descriptions to find out what each class will cover.

Sign up Information

Since class size is limited we ask that you preregister for all classes. Sign up online, in person, or by phone at class location. Pre-register online (by clicking the title of the first class of the series) from our Computer Class Schedule. Classes are taught at Main and Centre Township Branch Libraries.

Main Library - 314 S. Main St. (574) 282-4630
Centre Township Branch - 1150 E. Kern Rd. (574) 251-3700

If you are unable to attend the class, please call the class location and cancel so that we might offer the space to someone else.

Please note that registration classes will begin one month before the start date of the first class.

Class Handouts

Below is a list of the handouts given to you when attending the following classes. They are posted here so you can take a look at what will be covered before you attend class, or to print out in case you misplace your handout.

Using Computers @ the Library

If you do not own a computer and would like to use the Internet outside of class, there are public computers with FREE Internet access at all library locations. Computer access is available up to two hours per day. Go to Public Use Computers for more information.

You will also need to sign onto the computer with your library card number and a user created password. You can sign up for a password at the Reference & Information Desk.

Computer Books on our Shelves

<div class="floatleft">Easy Computing</div> <div class="floatleft">Communicate and Connecting</div> <div class="floatleft">On the Internet</div> <div class="floatleft">Extreme Searcher's Internet Handbook</div>

Easy Computing
for Seniors
Communicate and
Connect to the
I'm on the Internet
Now What?
Extreme Searcher's
Internet Handbook

Other Local Computer Classes

In case you cannot find a class at the library that fits your needs, here is a list of other local places that offer computer classes. Please note that most of the places listed below do charge some type of fee.

Last updated 13:02, 09 Jan 2007 (EST). Feel free to leave comments on the discussion page.

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