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Adult Computer Classes

Computers Basics: Drop-In Computer and Technology Assistance
Do you have a device but don’t know how to use it? Having trouble with e-mail? Want to know how to search the internet? Bring your technology questions to us.

Getting Started with eBooks and eAudiobooks
Bring the convenience of the library to your own home (or coffee shop). Learn how to access thousands of electronic library resources using RDdigital and Library2Go (OverDrive / Libby) through online tutorials or by visiting our Information Desk.

Online Resources

Explore and learn computer basics at your own pace using the library or in the comfort of your own home.

From learning how to use a mouse and keyboard to creating resumes and more, DigitalLearn is provided by the The Public Library Association and an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant-funded project.

Northstar Digital Literacy
The Northstar Digital Literacy Assessment defines basic skills needed to perform tasks on computers and online. Individuals can obtain certificates for completing the assessments.

The site is an educational website funded by Goodwill Industries of Eastern North Carolina. It has over 100 tutorials with written lessons, videos, infographics, and interactives. The courses cover a range of digital literacy topics such as technology basics, living in the online world, and Microsoft Office.

Niche Academy
Short, online video tutorials on how to use the resources available with a Rogers Public Library card.

LinkedIn Learning
An online learning library of instructional videos. Covering software, business, IT, photography, animation, and more. Funded by the Friends of the Library.

If you need assistance with things like GED, GRE, ACT, SAT test prep, this site provides online tutoring. They also provide assistance with interview prep and writing resumes.

About Recommended Sites

Our goal is to provide you with educational, entertaining and reliable information on the internet. All web content should be viewed with a discerning eye for accuracy, authorship and currency. Please note, by providing these web links for easy access, inclusion does not imply endorsement by Rogers Public Library.