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Demystifying Online Technology for 2SLGBTQ+ older adults is an in-person program offered by The 519. It runs Wednesdays from 2-4pm from September 7th to 28th 2022, no registration required.
Woodstock Library offers the following technology training programs for adults: Drop in Tech Help - Offers hands-on assistance with basic computer skills, navigating the web, downloading eBooks, or any other tech issues. First come first served basis.How
Stratford Public Library
MakerSpace - The MakerSpace offers stations with various technologies and resources for use. Includes 3D printers, sewing machines, circuits, vinyl machines, etc. Available through workshops, planned programs, or open lab times.Tech Tutor - The library of
Maker Space - Many tools and resources available in the Maker Space. The space includes equipment for 3D printing, fabric printing, a digital conversion station, and the iMac creative station. Must have an adults or student card, photo ID, and be 14+.iMac
Computer Courses - Offers computer training courses that are typically 1.5h long. Must be 15+. Course topics include introduction to computers, basic internet, social networking, Microsoft Office, etc. Drop-in help is also available, where adults can prac
MakerSpace - Makerspace offers many different tools and resources at different library branches. Includes 3D printer, circut cutter, vinyl cutter, iMac computer, chromebooks, iPads, sewing machine, and more.Drop-In Tech Help - Bring in your devices and qu
Tech Centre - Get answers to software, hardware, or other tech questions. Available Monday-Friday from 10 am to 12 pm. Booking (preferred) or drop-ins are acceptable. 30 minute sessions. Chromebook Lending - Chromebooks are available for in-library or take-home use.
Book a one hour one-on-one session with our resident tech experts. The technology social club is a drop-in program for adults that takes place every Wednesday from 1pm-2pm (Lakeshore Branch) and every Friday from 2:30pm-3:30pm (Cookstown Branch). Tickersh
Weekly drop-in tech clinics are available for help with tablets, phones, e-readers, computers or other devices. The service is offered on Tuesdays from 2pm to 3pm (Centennial + Crystal Ridge Branch). Drop-in tech time is also available every month on the
Brantford Public Library
Tech Help Clinic, MakerSpace, Technology and Maker Kits-Laptop WiFi and Tablet Loans (Brantford Public Library)https://www.brantfordlibrary.ca/en/whats-happening/tech-help-clinics.aspx
Tech Help Clinic - Provides basic instructions on using computers, smartphones, or tablets. This is a drop-in clinic, however, one-on-one help with digital devices is also available to be scheduled with the Book-A-Librarian service.MakerSpace (Main Branch