Tired of tackling technology on your own? Calgary Public Library has lots of free technology courses to help people struggling with their devices. You can also develop new skills with innovative courses like Podcasting For Fun or Fun with Code: Adults Only. Whether you’re just learning to drag and drop, or are curious about free eResources, check out these helpful fall programs:
- Tech Mentors
If you find technology challenging, we can help. Get answers or practise your skills with experienced volunteers. Any device is welcome. Registration is not required.
- Learn Online with the Library
Learn anything you want with great online tools like Lynda.com and Gale Courses. We'll show you how! Registration is required.
- Download and Enjoy: Music, Magazines, and Film
Learn how to download or stream free music, magazines, and films from the E-Library to your device using RBdigital Magazines, Flipster, and Freegal. Registration is required.
- eBooks: A Library On the Go
Curious about eBooks? Library staff demonstrate how to download an eBook using OverDrive. This program is offered as both a registered and drop-in program. This program is offered as both a registered and drop-in program.
- Social Media and Digital Communication After 50
Join Cath Burrell, University of Calgary Digital Communication Educator for a fun and informative tour of social media and the digital space. Bring a device of your choice or ask if your Library can provide a Chromebook to use. Registration is required.
Program details are subject to change; please visit our programs page for the most up-to-date information. Explore all September-October programs and register starting August 19.