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Boundary County Library is proud to offer several avenues for enhancing your career goals and your recreational interests through our digital learning website connections and our in-house computer tutoring service.

 

Tech Education

Computer Tutoring

 

 Boundary County Library offers one-on-one tutoring sessions for smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

What do I need to bring to class?*

  • Bring your mobile device or laptop with you

  • Bring power accessories: charge cords or extra batteries

  • Have your passwords ready to access areas needing assistance

  • Write a list of questions down ahead of time

 

Call or stop by to sign up! We can do small group sessions as well!

 

*Covid Update: Computer tutoring is currently on a case-by-case basis Monday through Friday. Please call first for staff availability. Students must wear masks and only one person allowed at a time. Class time may be shortened without notice.

 

 

Thursday Classes
Please see the Covid Update note*
(By Appointment Only)
1 - Hour Sessions
  • 12:00pm

  •   1:00pm

  •   2:00pm

  •   3:00pm

Coming Soon

Digital Education Sites

 

Websites where you can learn almost anything! Some are provided

(free of charge) to our library patrons, while others are just great educational opportunities.​

 

 
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  • Access thousands of magazines and periodicals

  • Auto repair databases

  • Genealogy databases

  • Language learning

  • Health information

  • Practice tests for college students

  • And much, much more!

Libraries Linking Idaho gives Idaho residents free access to online tools for their educational, business, and recreational needs.

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  • Math

  • Science & Engineering

  • Art & Humanities

  • Computing

  • Grammar

  • Test prep

  • College & Careers

Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman "Sal" Khan with the aim of providing a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.

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  • Get started with computers

  • Learn Microsoft Office

  • Career planning

  • Personal finance

  • Internet skills

  • Graphic design

  • And more!

This site is one of the best resources for anyone who feels “computer illiterate.” It has simple, easy-to-use tutorials that cover a broad range of skills.

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  • Over 4,200 courses

  • Online Certificates & Degree Programs

  • Master a specific career skill

Coursera works with universities and other organizations to make some of their courses available online. All courses are accessible for free and some have the option to pay a fee to join the "Signature Track." Students on the Signature Track receive verified certificates, perfect for employment purposes.