Need help with technology? Stymied by the internet? Want to learn to use Facebook, edit pictures, or search Google effectively? Intrigued by ebooks, streaming video, and accessing audio books?
One-on-one help sessions and classes will be available at your local branch of the Athens County Public Libraries.
The technology instructor will typically be at the following locations at the times listed. You may have to wait if the instructor has an appointment or class. Appointments are strongly encouraged.
- Athens Public Library, Thursdays 9-1
- Chauncey Public Library, Tuesdays 2-6
- Coolville Public Library, Thursdays 2-6
- Glouster Public Library, Monday 10-2
- Nelsonville Public Library, Mondays 3-7
- The Plains Public Library, Tuesdays 10-1
- Wells (Albany) Public Library, Wednesdays 2-6
Free drop-in help sessions are also happening at OhioMeansJobs — Athens County (formerly The Work Station) at 70 N. Plains Rd, The Plains, every Wednesday from 9-1.
Guiding Ohio Online‘s vision is for every Ohioan to be able to fully participate in online government, search and apply for jobs online, understand the risks and benefits of internet finance, connect with family online, and protect personal information in the digital age.
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