Computer Classes

The Reference staff offers the following basic computer classes:

Borrowing E-Books on Tablets

Tuesday, January 6, 3-4 p.m.

Library Conference Room.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED -- Call the Reference Department at 978-929-6543

Learn how to download library books to your tablet. Bring your tablet, library card and PIN for this hands-on session. iPad users must bring their Apple ID and password, and Android users will need their Play Store login information.

NEW!! One-on-One Computer Help

Wednesday, January 7, 10-11 a.m.

20-minute appointments

Library Conference Room.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED -- Call the Reference Department at 978-929-6543.

Sign up for an individual help session with the library's technology volunteer. 

We can assist with basic computer skills on laptops, tablets and phones including Internet searching, email, Microsoft Office, e-books and social media. Please note that we are unable to:

  • assist patrons in financial transactions or any processes that involve the handling of sensitive personal information.
  • run diagnostics or fix a broken computer.
  • install software unrelated to library services.
  • provide help for anything outside of basic computer and Internet instruction.

Patrons are required to notify the library if they are unable to attend an appointment.
Library staff will notify patrons if there is a need to postpone or cancel an appointment.
No more than three appointments can be booked per patron in a 6-month period.
Library and volunteer tutors cannot be held responsible for damage to patron-owned equipment.

Get on the Cloud with Google Drive

Monday, January 12, 7-8:30 p.m.

Library Conference Room.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED -- Call the Reference Department at 978-929-6543

Learn how to create, store, and collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, presentations and more on Google's free adaptation of Microsoft Office.

Borrowing E-Books on Kindles

Tuesday, January 13, 3-4 p.m.

Library Conference Room.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED -- Call the Reference Department at 978-929-6543

Learn how to download free titles to your Kindle. Bring your Kindle, your Amazon login and password, your library card and PIN for this hands-on session.

Please check the Events Calendar for updates.