The Library Learning Center at the Oswego Public Library is a FREE service available to anyone living or working in the Oswego County community. The Library Learning Center hosts a variety of computer and career skills classes (explore this website for more information) and open computer lab hours for individuals and small groups seeking free computer and career skills help. Our lab provides 9 computers for public use and an instructor to assist you with filling out forms online, creating resumes & cover letters, finding good information online, and creating & accessing online accounts.
Originally funded by the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Broadband Technology Opportunity Program, now the Library Learning Center is available to you through your tax dollars. Be sure to utilize it :)
Here are our workshops and lab times that we will have available in the months of November and December downstairs in the Library Learning Center! If you are interested in any of the workshops or the lab appointment times for one-on-one help, please sign up at the main desk!
We will be conducting Census Application training and help on January 22nd, 2020. The information on this workshop can be found on the flyer below.