The Public Computer Center at the Central Library has 32 computers for 2 and 4-hour timeslots. One of the computers is wheelchair accessible.
The wheelchair accessible workstation also has ZoomText software which magnifies the screen image for people with visual disabilities and a voice component so that the page can be read to them.
All computers run on the Windows 7 operating system. Microsoft Office 2010 is available on every computer.
A small reference collection is maintained including dictionaries, resume books, and computer books for customer use.
Do you need help using the computer? Are you afraid of mice? Is there something in particular that you are having trouble in Word? Try these tutorials.
We have computer classes in the Public Computer Center, including beginning computer classes as well as classes on Microsoft Office and using the Internet. The July and August schedules are up. No registration is necessary.