As adults in the technological age sometimes navigating virtual space can be difficult. This is a reality for most adults especially considering many technologies and modern computer capabilities were not available when compared to modern children. Camden County Library recognizes this and so to encourage computer literacy in adults they will be hosting a number of computer classes for adults. These computer classes will be virtual so you can log in and learn from the comfort of your home.
The first of 3 classes begin Thursday, March 17 from 6-7:30pm. This session will highlight how to utilize free library tools to search jobs and research employers. Next, Saturday, March 19 will have participants learning how to access eBooks, audiobooks, movies, music and more for FREE with your library card on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. And finally, Tuesday, March 22 introduces adults to learn how to use google drive and google docs to create and save documents online.
All of these courses are offered free to the public, however registration for the classes is necessary; you can register at the front desk or by going to events.camdencountylibrary.org.