Computer Training


Our computer classes are aimed at beginning to intermediate computer users. Patrons who are just beginning with computers are strongly encouraged to start with the Basic Mouse and Basic Computers classes. All classes following Basic Mouse and Basic Computers require a general proficiency with the mouse and keyboard. All attendees in more advanced classes will be pre-screened for skill level before each class.

Upcoming Fall 2023 Computer Classes
Friday, September 1Basic Android Phone
Friday, September 8Basic Mouse
Friday, September 15Basic Computer
Friday, September 22Basic Windows
Friday, September 29Basic Internet
Friday, October 6Setting up Email
Friday, October 13Basic Email
Friday, October 20Basic Word
Friday, October 27Word II
Friday, November 3Basic Excel
Friday, November 10Excel II
Friday, November 17Basic iPhone


Registration for each computer class opens two weeks before the scheduled class date and closes two days before the class. Patrons may sign up for a class by stopping by the Information Desk or by calling 409-643-5977. Registration slots are granted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

More Information

For more information, please contact the Information Desk at 409-643-5977.

Computer Class Materials

Computer Tutorials

Check out Universal Class, a service provided by the library that gives you access to more than 500 online non-credit continuing education courses, including many in computers. Some of the areas its courses cover: Business applications, computer basics, computer programming, image editing, HTML, Microsoft applications, photography, software and technology skills. You will need your 14-character library card number to create an account.

We also have a great deal of computer-related instruction books in our collection. Search our library catalog or ask for help from a librarian at the Information Desk.

General Computer Help

Computers 101


Mouse Skills

A mouse or touchpad is typically what's used to navigate around your computer and select text or files. Below are some exercises that will familiarize you to common mouse-related tasks:

Introduction to the Internet

Searching the Web


Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft PowerPoint


Image Editing

Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.)