Computer Tutorials at Central
The Reference Department at the Central Library will provide one-on-one computer help on basic computer skills. Participants must have or obtain a JMRL library card.
Stop in at 201 E. Market St. or call for an appointment, 434.979.7151 x4.
Here are some basic topics JMRL staff can assist you with:
- Basic Computer Skills
- Internet Searches
- Creating an Email Address
- Downloadable audiobooks and eBooks
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Want to improve your computer skills or just get a little extra help?
One-on-one computer assistance with Greene County Library Staff.
Make a 45-minute appointment for instruction and assistance with your specific computer needs.
Call 434-985-5227 to schedule, or ask in person.
Instruction will be provided on the following topics:
- Basic computer navigation, including the mouse, desktop, start screen, finding files, copy & paste, opening and closing programs, and Windows navigation.
- Basic Internet searching.
- Signing up for and using web-based email accounts.
- Finding jobs online.
- Assistance with resumes.
- Assistance with online job applications.
- Assistance with research for school assignments
- Overdrive download and device assistance.
Northside Library Staff provides Computer Instruction
Do computers intimidate you? Do you need a little help getting started with internet searches? Do you need help downloading e-books or audiobooks to your device? Do you want to communicate with friends and family on-line? Let the Nortside Library Staff help you with FREE one-on-one tutorials. We will provide instruction for 30 minutes and then give you an additional 30 minutes to work on your own.
Call the Information Desk (434.973.7893 ext 4) to schedule a tutorial session.
Examples of topics covered include:
- Downloading e-books & audiobooks - Learn how to download electronic materials to your phone, tablet, or computer.
- Keyboard and Mouse - if you know little or nothing about computers, this is the place to start.
- Getting Started on the Web - Learn your way around the web with a hands-on guided tour.
- Finding What You Need - Improve your search results and find the information you need by using internet search engines and the library's on-line databases.
- Setting Up An E-mail Account - Set up a free Gmail account and learn how to send and receive messages.
- Job Hunting - Focusing on the Charlottesville Job Board, learn how to fill out and save job applications.