Computers & Technology

Computers and Technology

Free Tech Help from the Library

Laura Miller, Digital Services Librarian, and Tina Kennedy, Instruction and Reference Librarian, bring their knowledge and passion for learning to Lapham Center on the first Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m.

Library Road Show – December 6, 2 p.m.

Learn more about the types of resources the library has to offer, including our most popular digital resources for ebooks, music and video streaming.

 Lightening Round Social Media, January 10, 2 p.m.

Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and more. Tina and Laura will take ten minutes to explain each of the various social media platforms. Your grandchildren will be impressed!

Photo Management, February 7, 2 p.m.

Too many photos on your PC, tablet or phone? Come in and learn how to organize, move and delete them.

NEW: How do I?…One-on-One Tech Help Sessions

Call to set up a 1/2 hour appointment on one Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon each month. One of our capable techies will work with you and answer your questions with the idea of helping you learn how better to use the devices you own. Bring your laptop, ereader, tablet, smart phone – you get the idea! For example, you might learn to text, set up voicemail, watch television, download free books or whatever you want to do. We request a donation of $20. If your computer is not working, please see the PC Doctor below.


Technology Help

Use the emails below to schedule an appointment for one-on-one tech help; if you can’t email, call Aggie or Lyn at 203-594-3620. We request a donation of $20.

The PC Doctor –

Having a problem with your PC or tablet? Want advice on buying a new computer?  Have PC repair questions? Let one of our experienced volunteers help you resolve the issue or guide you to your answer.

The Mac Tutor –

We have some help if you own an Apple product! Marylou Wilkinson will give you a hand with the software or set up.