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The Vestavia Hills Library is proud to offer more than 50 public computers for use by our patrons. We offer both PCs and iMacs throughout the library, all with internet access. The computers in the Children’s Department have various educational games, while those in the Teen and Adult Departments offer access to the Microsoft Office Suite. Additionally, three computers in the Electronic Classroom offer access the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite.

The Electronic Classroom has 10 iMac computers used for a wide variety of training, including Basic Mac, Basic Windows 10 and Office 2010 courses. The Electronic Classroom is open for public use from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. weekdays, except when classes are being taught. Be sure to sign up for our email list to receive class schedules and special tech event notifications.

Enjoy free Wi-Fi access from your personal laptop or mobile device throughout the library, including our Rooftop Garden and Outdoor Amphitheatre areas.

Check out our latest technology videos for tips in 10 minutes or less!

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Tech in Ten: File Management

Tic-TECH-Toe: Patriotic Photo Editing Fun

Tic-TECH-Toe: Travel Virtually with Google Earth

Tech in Ten: Facebook Security

Tic-TECH-Toe: Create Your Own Digital Puzzle

Tech in Ten: Multitasking in Windows 10

 

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