Free Web Browser Basics Computer Class for Beginners

Our computer classroom, also known as the cyberpool.Have parents, friends or relatives who want to learn how to go on the Internet?  If they know how to use a mouse, they'd fit right in at our Web Browser Basics class. Students will learn the basics of the Mozilla Firefox browser, including toolbar buttons, typing in a web address, using links, and finding information on a web page. The class is being offered on Friday, January 18, from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m., and will be repeated on Wednesday, January 23, from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m.

This is a hands-on class, with space for twelve people to work on computers, so please either call 914-422-1480 or stop by the Reference Desk to sign up for one of the dates.  Our computer classes are free; you just need to be 18 or older and register for them.

We also have a class for people who don’t know how to use a mouse, and a variety of intermediate classes for those who already have basic computer skills.  To see our computer class calendar for January, click here.

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  1. Susan Strassberg

    Hi,I have a basic understanding of computers, I do however need a greater understanding of toolbar, entering a spread sheet etc.
    Will you be having a class this summer?


    • Kristen, Adult Librarian

      Hi Susan,

      You might want to attend one of our next Virtual tech help classes. The next program is on June 23rd. If you’d like to register, you can do so here.

    • kthornton

      Our basic computer classes are one-on-one by appointment. You can submit a request for an appointment for the topic you’re interested in here. For a calendar of other computer classes, you can go here.

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