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‘Tech Thursdays’ at the Bayonne library continue in October

The classes are taught each week by Adult Services Librarian Bill Fischer

The Bayonne Public Library is located at 697 Avenue C.

The Bayonne Public Library continues to offer “Tech Thursdays” through October. The program began in April of this year and offers weekly valuable technology lessons to those in need each month.

Residents are free to attend one or all of the library’s Tech Thursdays classes. The classes meet each Thursday from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

According to the city, the classes aim to teach how to use the computer, navigate the internet, and how to set up and use a Gmail account. The classes are taught each week by Adult Services Librarian Bill Fischer.

On October 6, the basic computer class introduces students to the computer. The class will briefly discuss hardware and software, apps and files, security, and getting online. Students will learn how to use a mouse and keyboard to navigate the computer, and how to run programs. There are no prerequisites for this class.

There will be no class on October 13.

On October 20, the basic internet class introduces students to the internet. Students will learn what the world wide web is, how to navigate it using a browser, how to search, and how to tell good sites from bad sites. Prerequisites for this class require students to know how to use a mouse and keyboard and how to click on icons.

On October 27, in the basic Gmail class, students will set up a Gmail account. They will learn how to send and receive email, how to send and receive attachments, and learn good email security habits. Prerequisites require that students must know how to use a mouse and keyboard, and how to use a browser and navigate the web.

Advanced registration is preferred, but walk-ins will be accommodated if possible. Register for the classes at: tinyurl.com/TTwithBillOct22.

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