Technology & Computer Training

Virtual Reality Experience

Have you ever experienced Virtual Reality before? Come try out the brand new HTC Vive (the latest in VR technology). Everyone gets blown away by the Vive experience! You should be next.

This program is intended for teens and young adults (ages 13 and up). The first eight at the door will get to experience the Vive. Those that do not get to try out the technology will get to watch (also very fun). Those that watch will be first on the list for the next program.

Circuit Bending

Find out what makes a toy tick and move around by taking it apart! Use our tools to explore the inner mechanisms and circuitry then create your own toy by combining different toys together to create a new FrankenToy. Please bring in your old electric toys for this 2 day workshop!

This program is intended for ages 13 and up.

Quickbooks for Beginners - presented by SCORE

For over 50 years, SCORE has served as America’s premier source of free business mentoring and education.

QuickBooks is the accounting system most small businesses use. Learn the beginnings of this easy to use software from Larry Clevenger, a certified public accountant (CPA). For users who want to learn from the beginning how to set up a company, pay bills, invoice customers, reconcile their bank accounts and use QuickBooks as a tool to help manage their business. Lunch will be provided.

About the Speaker Larry Clevenger has owned his own CPA...

Tips for your next Job Search

From the experts at CareerDFW learn the information you need to know to conduct your next job search!

What do I do now…I just got laid off. Cover Letters, Business Cards, Resumes and more! What to do before, during and after the interview Everything you need to know about Networking Everything you need to know about Recruiters

Design.Code.Market

Are you:

Ready for your first business website but don’t know how to get started? Needing a beautiful, functional online portfolio? Interested in a new challenge?

We encourage all small business owners or managers who need to learn the skills of managing a web page.

Design.Code.Market is a FREE program for those who want to design and code their first website in easy-to-understand steps.

Participants will attend two-hour sessions once a week for 3 weeks. They will learn how to use WordPress.com that will...

Introduction to Social Media

Confused by @tweet, #hashtag, Like, and Share?

Wondering what the fuss is about? Interested in using social media to stay in touch or search for new interest and opportunities?

Our introductory class at our mobile TechLiNK computer lab gives you the basics so you can get started!

Registration is not required.

TechLiNK @ Short Elementary

The TechLiNK vehicle will be at Short Elementary to provide basic computer education to parents participating in Parent Center classes. No library card required. The event is for parents of Short Elementary students.

Request the TechLiNK vehicle for your Arlington community or event!

The Arlington Public Library gives priority to locations that target underserved populations and the proposed event should align with and support the mission and objectives of the Arlington Public Library. Library-sponsored instructors will be available to assist bus...

Technology Show and Tell

Come check out the library's gizmos and gadgets at this come and go event! Did you know the library has 3-D printers, Mindstorm Robots, Virtual Reality, Sphero robots, Snap circuits, new STEM kits and more?! Explore the technology and learn about our fall tech programs!

Technology lovers of all ages are welcome!

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Design.Code.Market

Are you:

Ready for your first business website but don’t know how to get started? Needing a beautiful, functional online portfolio? Interested in a new challenge?

We encourage all small business owners or managers who need to learn the skills of managing a web page.

Design.Code.Market is a FREE program for those who want to design and code their first website in easy-to-understand steps.

Participants will attend two-hour sessions once a week for 5 weeks.

Learn CSS, HTML, and Bootstrap in order to develop and manage your...

Teen Coding Club

Whether you are new to coding or you are already familiar with one or more programming languages, come join our Teen Coding Club!

You can learn new coding skills to create games, websites, and other computer programs. We meet on the first and third Wednesday of the month, September to November. Bring your own laptop or borrow one of ours. You are welcome to arrive late or leave early. For teens in grades 7-12.

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