Technology Assistance

The library offers free technology assistance from an on-site Digital Literacy Trainer. One-on-one appointments can be scheduled or just drop in and ask for assistance. Digital Literacy Trainer Kelsey Wicker is available Monday-Thursday 10:30 AM-7:00 PM and the second and fourth Saturday of each month 10:30 AM-2:00 PM. Kelsey can be reached by phone at 419-864-8181, choose option 1 then option 5, or by email at kwicker@cardlinc.org.

 

This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the State Library of Ohio.

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 Learn a new skill or brush up on an existing one!

Join us this fall for a variety of technology classes.  No registration required, laptop computers will be provided but you're welcome to bring your own.

Fall Technology Classes

Check out these free online learning resources:

Learning ExpressCareer preparation; Workforce Skills for 21st Century Success; high school equivalency center; college admissions test preparation; school center; adult core skills; computer skills center and more.

Goodwill Community Foundation - Learn and develop the skills needed to advance in work and life. Study reading, math, and technology subjects; GED practice; resume writing; workplace skills; career planning and more.

Quill.org Quill provides free writing and grammar activities for elementary, middle and high school students and adults.

Khan AcademyMath; science & engineering; computing; arts & humanities; economics & finance; test prep; college, careers & more.

Typing ClubLearn touch typing online with 650+ typing courses, games, tests and more.