Computers, Internet and Technology

Digital Navigators are library staff members who can help with computer, internet and technology skills.  They can also help you find low-cost broadband (high-speed internet) and devices.

Examples of help include:

  • Basic computer skills
  • eBooks and digital audiobooks
  • Email, internet and social media
  • Finding affordable broadband and devices; help with applying for the Affordable Connectivity Program
  • Library online resources (databases)
  • Smartphones and tablets
  • Other computer or technology-related questions

Meet With A Digital Navigator

  • BY APPOINTMENT AT THE LIBRARY: Tuesdays 1:00-5:00pm and Wednesdays 10:00am-2:00pm. Make an appointment for help at the Downtown library branch by selecting a day and time from the calendar below. Complete the requested information and submit. If you need to cancel or reschedule, please phone the library at 509-758-5454.
  • Do you need to meet at another time? Email a Digital Navigator at techhelp@aclib.org to set-up a time to meet.

Let Us Know About Your Experience
How was your learning experience? Your feedback is important to us. After meeting with a Digital Navigator, please let us know how we did by completing a short survey. Thank you!

How to Sparkle Through the Holidays Workshop

Saturday, November 12, 2022 
10:00AM – 12:00PM
Community Room | Downtown Library
Adult Program – Registration Required

Presented by Wendy Rimmelspacher, motivational speaker and coach, and Judy Rooney, therapist and certified mindset & habit coach.

 

Envision a holiday season with less stress, more joy, and a whole lot of sparkle going on.

Are you tired of feeling the pressure to make the holiday special for the family at the expense of your own mental health? Rimmelspacher and Rooney will share actionable steps and strategies to empower your holiday sparkle.

Space is limited. Pre-register for this FREE workshop using the form below.

Please contact Erin Kolb, adult services librarian, at adultservices@aclib.org or 509-758-5454 with any questions.

Power of Words Workshop

Select the program you plan to attend
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Introduction to Microsoft Word

Asotin County Library is excited to offer….

Free Technology Classes

  • Increase your workforce skills.
  • Become a certified Microsoft Specialist.
  • Enhance your resume.
  • Become more confident working with popular programs.
  • Achieve personal growth.

MS Word 2016:

Dates: October 10-November 16, 2022
Location: Library Community Room
Meeting: Mondays and Wednesdays 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

No class on October 31 or November 9

Register using the online form below. Class is now full. Please message Erin at adultservices@aclib.org to be added to a waitlist. 

Laptops will be provided and having some basic computer skills will be helpful for these classes. You are welcome to bring your own laptop if it has MS Word 2016 installed.