Basics to Browsing classes offered

STEPHENSON — The Menominee County Library continues its Basics to Browsing program. The library will provide free workshops and scheduling one-on-one tech help.

Call the library at 906-352-4111 to sign up for a workshop or to schedule one-on-one time. Any questions, ask for Heather.

The classes will start at 10 a.m. The June classes and locations are —

Thursday: Internet Basics, main library in Stephenson;

Tuesday, June 13: Mouse and Keyboard Basics, main library in Stephenson;

Tuesday, June 20: File Management Basics, main library in Stephenson;

Wednesday, June 21 : Computer, Mouse and Internet Basics, Hermansville Branch Library;

Tuesday, June 27: Internet Basics, main library in Stephenson.

Additional workshops will be available monthly.

Funding for this program is provided in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Library of Michigan and through a grant from the Public Library Association, or PLA, to conduct digital literacy workshops using Digitallearn.org resources.

The PLA Digital Literacy Workshop Incentive, supported by AT&T, provides support to libraries of all sizes to conduct digital literacy training in their communities and help close the digital divide.

For more information, contact or go to the Menominee County Library, S.319 Railroad St. in Stephenson; call 906-352-4111; or email to www.menomineecountylibrary.


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