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Tech Coaching and Tech Help

Tech Coaching

Resources to help you learn or improve technology skills -- all free!

At Your Library

Tech Coaching Sessions

Your library offers one-on-one Tech Coaching sessions weekly. With the help of our Volunteer Tech Helpers, we offer half-hour coaching sessions to introduce you to or build on these skills:

Tech Coaching sessions are offered weekly. Please check the event calendar for upcoming sessions. To register for a session, call the Information & Reference desk at (360) 778-7323 x3.

Sessions are held in the SkillShare space on the main floor of the Central Library, 210 Central Avenue, Bellingham.

Are you interested in becoming a Volunteer Tech Helper?

Other Free Community Tech Help

Goodwill Job Training and Edcuation Center
1115 E. Sunset Drive, Bellingham, 360-738-0483
Goodwill has a new expanded Job Training and Education Center. They offer a wide variety of classes aimed at job readiness and employment. They offer computer classes on these subjects: computer basics, Word, Excel, and Open Career Building Lab.

WorkSource Whatcom
101 Prospect Street, Bellingham, 360-676-3212
WorkSource Whatcom offers a variety of computer classes and open labs staffed by the NW Computer Literacy Instruction Corps. Free classes cover thse subjects: basic computers and email, basic Excel, basic Word, and basic Powerpoint.

Free Online Tech Help

Microsoft Imagine Academy
Learn technology skills online for free through the Microsoft Imagine Academy. This program is available to all Washington State residents. Microsoft Imagine Academy offers training on a number of Microsoft products including Word, Excel and Access. Available from home with your library card!

GCF LearnFree
The Goodwill Community Foundation has created online classes and tutorials for a whole range of technology skills. The lessons are interactive, interesting, and always available. Learn how to use new software or brush up on skills you have previously learned. There are lessons on computer basics, internet skills, Microsoft Office Products, social media, and setting up email accounts.

DigitalLearn is a great resource for beginners. If you are new to computers, haven't used them in a while, or feel unsure or uncomfortable, check out their simple, short videos on computer and internet basics.

EveryoneOn is a nationwide campaign to get everyone on the internet. Use this site to discover discounted internet service and computer offers in your area.

Techboomers introduces users to trusted websites and apps with tutorials in a language suited to those not the most tech-savvy. Techboomer explains what a particular website does, why you would want to use it, offers pros and cons, and then teaches step-by-step how to use it. Includes social, entertainment, shopping and educational sites.

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