One-on-one virtual appointments provide free assistance with basic digital technology questions.
By Joi Jackson, Librarian, Sherwood Regional Library
Don’t know how to read an eBook on your tablet? Not sure how to make a table in Excel? Need help with Google Apps? Ask a Tech Tutor!
Tech Tutors, a new service offered for adults by FCPL, provides free basic computer help. Users can request one 45-minute session per week. As a virtual service, Tech Tutors is available anywhere you are. If you can use the Zoom video conferencing platform, you can use Tech Tutors — it’s that easy!
Our tutors are great with technology. They specialize in topics like eBooks, Microsoft Office, basic internet skills, and social media. However, they aren’t experts in everything. Please use FCPL’s Job Seekers online guide for help with job searches and applications.
Need more advanced computer help? Try LinkedIn Learning for at-home training on hundreds of technology topics. Log in for free with your library account credentials and start learning at today.
Prefer in-person computer help? Find one-on-one sessions in the events calendar, or contact your local branch for assistance.