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Computers at the Library

 

 

One-On-One Computer Help
By appointment.  

Call 203-574-8225 or visit the Reference Desk at the main library to schedule your appointment.

Have a tablet, but don’t know how to use it? Need to figure out how to set up an email account? Wondering how to use the library’s Wi-Fi? Want to learn how to use our online resources?  Schedule a 30-minute appointment with one of our librarians to learn the basics of computer technology.

 

  

Public Computers

Our public computers are available for anyone to use.  You can log in with a library card from any public library in the Bibliomation consortium.  Not sure if your library is in the consortium?  Ask for assistance at the East Wing Reference Desk.  If you don't have a library card, guest passes  are available at the East Wing Reference Desk when you present an ID.

 

  

WiFi

Access the internet with your own laptop, tablet, or phone using our free wifi.  No password required.  Just select SBL-WiFi-hotspot at your device.

 

  

Printing & Copying

Black and white printing and copying is available at 15 cents per page.  Color printing is available at 50 cents per page.  Please ask for assistance at the East Wing Reference Desk if you wish to print in color.

In order to print from the computer, you will need to pre-load money onto your library card or guest pass at the Circulation Desk before you print your document.

Photocopy machines are also available at 15 cents per black and white page.

 

 

Computer Classes

In-person computer classes are again being offered at the library. 

For one-on-one computer assistance, please call us at 203-574-8225.

You can also use your library card to access online tutorials for free at UniversalClass         

 

   

Job and Career Accelerator Workshop
Thursdays, September 15, October 20, November 17, 6 p.m.
Computer Classroom

Get help creating your resume and cover letter, and find out how to search for the right job.  Bring your job history information, library card, and email address to create your Job & Career Accelerator account.

 

   

Internet Basics
Tuesday, September 20, 1:30 p.m.
Computer Classroom


Learn how to get onto the internet and do basic searching.

 

   

Computer Basics
Tuesday, October 18, 1:30 p.m.
Computer Classroom

Learn how to use a mouse and keyboard, then learn how to organize items on a computer and how to get onto the internet.

 

 

   

Microsoft Office for Beginners
Tuesday, October 18, 1:30 p.m.
Computer Classroom

Learn the basics of MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

 



Computer classes held at the Senior Center and Mt. Olive are specifically for seniors.  They are made possible through the Waterbury B.R.A.S.S. program, a collaboration between the City of Waterbury, Connecticut Community Foundation, New Opportunities, Inc., and the Western Connecticut Area on Aging.  All Waterbury seniors ages 60 and over are welcome to participate.

 

Classes held at the Waterbury Senior Center, 1985 East Main Street, Waterbury, CT 

For information, call the Waterbury Senior Center at 203-574-6746. 

 

Classes held at the Mt Olive AME Zion Church, 82 Pearl Street #100, Waterbury, CT 

For information, call the Mt. Olive AME Zion Church at 203-574-1113.