For Beginning Users
Developed and supported by the Goodwill Community Foundation and Goodwill Industries of Eastern NC, GCFlearnfree was created to increase basic literacy in 21st century skills such as reading, math & technology. Tutorials are very easy to follow with beautiful graphics and clear navigation. Many lessons incorporate video or interactive practice sections. Highly recommended for beginners.
Free self-paced lessons in both English and Spanish covering all the basics such as how to use a computer and the internet; communicating online with email, Skype or Facebook; online privacy and safety; and cloud storage. Developed by the Public Library Association and the Institute of Museum and Library Services, it is very easy to navigate with clearly identified units. Highly recommended for beginners.
For Intermediate and Advanced Users
Achieve you career and educational using LearningExpressLibrary to learn to use the most popular computer programs. You will need to use your library card to set up a free account to access tutorials at home. Resources include tutorials, ebooks and assessments.
Learn How to Code
Living in the Digital Age
Learn about privacy in a digital world and the issues that accompany your online life in business and at home. Developed by the San Jose Public Library to help people better understand their digital footprint and learn how to control their personal information in a digital world.
Help kids learn the ins and outs of living online. Common Sense Media has developed this extensive curriculum to empower K-12 students to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions online. An excellent resource for both educators and parents.