Your Next Skill: Computer Literacy
Find different resources--free in-person classes, online classes, and books--which may help improve your computer literacy.
Tech Help at Seattle Public Library
Meet with an SPL staff person one-on-one for help with your technology questions. Staff can assist you with Library resources, help you get a free email address, master basic email, computer and internet skills, and learn how to use Microsoft Word. Tech Help is offered at several branches and includes drop-in sessions or scheduled appointments.View Tech Help at Seattle Public Library
Computer Literacy for Windows 10 | LinkedIn Learning
The Seattle Public Library offers patrons free access to LinkedIn Learning's entire library of streaming tutorials. To log into LinkedIn Learning https://www.linkedin.com/learning-login/go/seattlepl and enter your library card number and PIN. This streaming online course "focuses on the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system and offers a thorough, jargon-free introduction to computers, files and folders, networks, and peripherals like printers and keyboards."View Computer Literacy for Windows 10 | LinkedIn Learning
Easy Windows 10
This book's clear illustrations and simple step-by-step instructions will guide you through common computer tasks.
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Troubleshooting & Maintaining your PC All-in-one
This 5 books in 1 resource can help you avoid common computer headaches and help you easily solve the problems you encounter.
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How to Speak Tech
How to Speak Tech uses clear language and simplified examples to help readers understand a broad variety of technology topics and stay up to date on the latest technological concepts.
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