Computer Classes

Tech Tutor

Get help with your technology tasks. One-on-one sessions are available to help you with computer and tablet basics, MS Office, Internet, email basics, social media, and computer learning resources. Learn how to use our library digital download services and language databases.

Mondays 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
South Irving Library
601 Schulze Drive
(972)721-2606

Mondays 6 to 8:30 p.m.
West Irving Library
4444 W. Rochelle Rd.
(972)721-2691

Tuesdays 4 to 6 p.m.
South Irving Library
601 Schulze Drive
(972)721-2606

Wednesdays 1 to 3 p.m.
East Branch Library
440 S. Nursery Road
(972)721-3722

Assistance provided by appointment (fill out this form) or on a drop-in basis. Appointment reservations will get priority at the beginning of the hour for every Tech Tutor session. You may bring your own device.

Note: We are unable to provide hardware assistance, troubleshoot or fix malfunctioning devices, and/or take apart or replace physical parts on a device.

Additional Resources

Digitallearn.org

DigitalLearn.org if you are new to computers, haven't used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, this website has short tutorials to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed.

Free Online Computer Tutorials

Learn Online by accessing resources covering everything from Access 2007 to typing. Texas Workskills Development in Libraries (TWDL) provides links to more than 30 sites that provide online instruction on using a computer.

Learn how to use many of the most popular apps, web sites, and online services through Techboomers.com. This free resource provides easy-to-follow instructions that explain the whys and hows of services including Facebook, Dropbox, Hulu, Uber and Craigslist.

Want to develop basic computer skills in less than 30 minutes? Try DigitalLearn.org's collection of videos to learn how to use Microsoft Word, buy a plane ticket, avoid Internet scams, and other topics.

LearningExpress Library

LearningExpress Library offers self-paced online classes for applications from Adobe, Corel and Microsoft. Set up a username and password to track your progress.

Attend a Job Center Seminar

The South Irving and West Irving Libraries offer seminars on résumé writing, interviewing, finding a job online, and investigating companies.

Youth Executive Training Program

SER-Jobs for Progress National, Inc. offers free computer training for Irving residents ages 18-24 with a high school diploma or GED. Call (469) 524-1200 for more information.

North Lake College

North Lake Continuing Education offers a variety of continuing education programs at its North and South campuses.