Computer & Tech Help

Drop-in Computer Coach Hours*

    • Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    *Our coaches make every effort to keep this schedule; if you can, call ahead or check out the calendar for updates. Have skills and want to help others with computer issues? Volunteer!
  1. Computer Coach David

    David

  1. Cher Ping computer coach

    Cher Ping

  1. Jon


    Jon


  • Our volunteers can help with: Downloading ebooks, assisting patrons on their personal laptops, library computers, library scanner, and copier; answering questions about basic software and internet searches, and using email and social media. 
  • Our coaches cannot: Fix hardware or printers, design PowerPoint presentations, websites, or blogs; offer extensive computer tutoring, etc. 

Use the Library's Computers & Resources


Monthly Tech Classes

Every month we try to offer a class on a tech-related topic, from managing digital photos, to working with your iPad or ereader, or navigating the web. Check the calendar for this month's class; registration typically required.

Build Your Tech and Career Skills Online!


  • lynda.com

    is a premium online learning site that is free for Lafayette Public Library members. [Not yet active - stay tuned, this service will be turned on by late Dec. 2017!]
  • GCFLearnFree

    offers free tutorials on a wide range of technical issues, math and reading help, and guidance on careers and resume-writing.
     Search site in English  |  GCF AprendeLibre - en Español 
  • DigitalLearn

    is a free website sponsored by the Public Library Association, aiming to help promote computer and digital literacy. The site has helpful information on computer and internet basics, as well as guidance on how to avoid internet scams, protect your information, and grow your digital skills and confidence. Start now |  Cursos en Español