The Cleburne library is offering free, hands-on computer classes geared toward beginners who have little or no previous computer experience.
Classes are held at 2 p.m. each Tuesday in the East Cleburne Community Center computer room at the Booker T. Washington Recreation Center, 100 Mansfield Road.
“Each class will accommodate up to five students due to social distancing requirements and computers are provided,” Library Assistant Amy Graham said. “The classes are free of charge but seating is limited and based on a first come, first serve basis. Registration is required and masks are mandatory.”
Students will learn about hardware and software, computer terminology and use of the mouse. The course sets the foundation for future computer classes to be offered. Library instructors teach introduction to computers, internet basics, Microsoft Word and other courses on a rotating monthly basis.
“Let the Cleburne Public Library help ease your anxieties and gain the skills and confidence to become computer savvy,” Graham said.
For information, or to register, call 817-645-0934 or visit cleburne.net.