Learn computer skills in July

by gbcpl on July 5, 2011

People who wish to develop their basic computer skills can now “Reserve the Librarian” for one-on-one instruction at the Greenville-Butler County Public Library.

“If you’ve never used a computer before and want to learn, for sale or if you want to build on some of the basic computer skills you have, we want to help you do so,” said Kevin Pearcey, Library Director. “Pretty much any topic about computers will be open for discussion and for learning – from word processing to the Internet. If you come in with the questions, we’ll do our best to provide the answers.”

The program, offered in July, is free-of-charge and open to all residents of Butler County with a GBCPL Library Card and no outstanding fines. Participants will learn on one of the library’s new HP Compaq All-in-One computers with Windows 7 operating systems.

Patrons can Reserve the Librarian for one-hour per week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Visit the library or call 382-3216 to make an appointment.

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