Hand over keyboard of the laptop in server room
Class schedules are available online at www.lexpublib.org/ComputerClasses and at all library locations.
At the Lexington Public Library, we offer free computer classes for anyone in the community. You can learn a variety of skills and programs in our classes, which include:
• Learn to use the mouse and keyboard
• Discover information on the Internet
• Explore PC basics
• Learn to navigate Windows 8
• Meet the new Windows
• Discover SkyDrive
• Reinvent your email with Outlook.com
• Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013
• Additional Features of MS Word 2013
• Introduction to Excel 2013
• Introduction to PowerPoint 2013
• Introduction to Photoshop
The Northside Branch Digital Studio offers additional classes in how to create and edit digital images, audio, and video.
Class schedules are available online at www.lexpublib.org/ComputerClasses and at all library locations. The registration period for each class begins two weeks prior to the class date. You can register online, by phone at 859-231-5573, or in-person at any library service desk. Parking is free for 3 hours if you park in the library’s parking structure and have your ticket validated in the computer classroom. Beginning in September, you will also be able to attend classes at the Beaumont, Tates Creek, and Eagle Creek branch locations.
If you are interested in learning about computers with other seniors, the Eagle Creek branch hosts a Computer Club for Seniors that meets once a month to learn about various computer topics. To learn more about that program, contact Sarah Hubbard at 859-231-5561.
To speak with a library staff person about any of our computer classes, call 859-231-5573.