McMillan Memorial Library

Tech Tuesdays@MCM

Tech Tuesdays @ McMillan Programs
Starting with December 2012, the Library moved to providing individualized instruction and technical support on alternate Tuesdays 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. Interested patrons can call (715-422-5136) or email to reserve times and specify subjects, which will help us prepare. Drop ins are also welcome. Subjects covered include:

The current schedule (subject to changes and staff availability): December 4 and 18, January 8 and 22, February 5 and 19.

Other agencies that provide free computer classes
The Lowell Center offers one-on-one tutoring sessions for people that would like to learn how to use a computer, the Internet, Email, etc. Tutoring appointments are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and anyone over 50 may schedule an appointment at the Lowell Center Office. Volunteer tutors will teach people how to use the computer, but won't assist them with personal matters, completing paperwork online, etc. Their Computer Classroom is also available to adults that would like to use a computer for word processing or Internet access. Sometimes they have a program scheduled in the Computer Classroom, so if someone would like to use a computer, they may want to call their office first (421-1051) to see if the room is available when they'd like to come in.

Wisconsin Rapids Public Schools offers Computer Basic courses throughout the year. They are listed on their website, in the local newspaper, and radio.

The Academic Support Center at Mid-State Technical College offers a class in Computer Basics. It runs for eight 90 minute sessions.

Wisconsin Rapids Job Center offers workshops in basic computer skills, basic email skills, social media, job search & resume and interview skills. Call 715-422-5000 for more information.