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Posted on: May 10, 2019

Tech Help @ Your Library

Person Using Laptop and Smartphone

Do you need assistance with your PC, Internet, Smartphone, or Tablet?

Starting this June, on Wednesday evenings from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the library will be hosting a weekly tech help clinic. 

Instructor, Greg Phillips, will be available to help you solve your basic problems and to teach you new tech skills. Greg has 20+ years of tech experience as a Senior IT Analyst at Dartmouth College and a Tech Consultant. 

 Greg can teach you how to: 

  • Fix a slow computer, web browser, misbehaving application. 
  • Share your calendar or connect a device to an application online. 
  • Use Google Drive or OneDrive, and how to sync your documents. 
  • Back up your computer, photos, or documents. 
  • Reduce the amount of spam you receive. 
  • Manage your passwords and security. 

No RSVP is required. Bring your devices, charging cables, passwords and your problems! 

8 more ways to improve your Tech Skills:

  1. Use the library's Universal Class online training service featuring over 500 free courses!
  2. Learn online through GCFLearnFree.org.
  3. Email us (library@concordnh.gov) to make an appointment with a librarian to learn how to use the library's downloadable services or solve a basic tech issue.
  4. Visit Techboomers.com for training guides and tips.
  5. Visit DigitalLearn.org for free tutorials from the Public Library Association.
  6. Borrow manuals, guides, how-to books and more from your library!
  7. Learn how to stay safe online via the National Cyber Security Alliance.
  8. Find answers on YouTube and browse the library's Tech Tips Tuesday Playlist!

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