Whether you’re starting from scratch or just need a refresher, Romulus Public Library offers computer tutoring to help you step up your computer skills. Currently we have a one-on-one computer session Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. If you would like to set up an appointment; please go the following link and sign up for an appointment: https://calendly.com/romuluslibrary/tutoring
If you don’t have time for a computer session you can drop in Saturdays from 2 to 4 pm for our Tech Time! Tech time is a no-schedule event for two hours you can drop in and ask any computer or tech question you have.
For those not able to wait till Tech Time, just click on the day of the week you would like an appointment (available days are in blue). Only schedule one tutoring session per week. This way everyone has a chance to receive tutoring.
Please keep the following in mind: If you want help with Android devices please book appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you want help with iPhones please book on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. This is due to availability of staff that know particular devices.
If you do not possess an email and cannot sign up you may call the library and ask for help setting up an appointment.
We have all patrons read and sign our learner agreement form before their first computer tutoring session. The form must be signed in front of a staff member. To read our learner agreement form please click here.
One on One Sessions
Would you like personal help in learning how to use the computer or other software? Sign up for a 45 minute session to get one on one help in learning computer skills with one of our library staff.
Possible topics include:
Please note we do not help with dating profiles or finances. If you are curious about getting help and unsure please just give us a call and we can answer your questions!
Looking for resources to learn on your own? Check out these websites:
GCF Learn Free – This website covers the basics of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access for Office versions ranging from 2000 to 2013.
Touch Typing Study – This is great for beginners. It walks you through each lesson, and gradually builds up to typing more letters.
Keybr – This site assumes some previous knowledge of typing but offers great practice for those looking to increase their typing speed and accuracy.
Online Keyboarding Education – This is great for any skill level.