Upcoming Tech Sessions
Classes at the Library
An online course, Introduction to HTML, is available from an online website, Webucator. The course is free for library users, but needs a coupon code. There’s no deadline to sign up.
To get the coupon code, use This Form requesting the Webucator code. To use the code, go to the HTML self-paced training page at Webucator.com or https://www.webucator.com/html-training/course/introduction-to-html/. Scroll down the right column to Self-Paced Course and click on Register Now. Fill in the required information and in the payment method, highlight Coupon. ‘Continue to payment’ will allow you to enter the coupon code and set up a password to sign in with.
The course will show the main parts of building a webpage using HTML. It will not add styles or formatting which would be covered on a course on CSS, Cascading Style Sheets. A course on CSS is also available from Webucator. Additional information on HTML can be found at the w3schools.com website. If you need help with the course or have questions, use the This Form link and we will get back to you.
3D Printing at the Library
The library has an Ultimaker 2 3D printer available for library users. Items to be printed can be your own designs or taken from the Internet. There is a small charge for printing.
If you would like to find out more about 3D printing at the library, stop in to the Tech Center in the library or use this Contact Form for more information. If you want to try your hand at making your own design, you can use a CAD program, Computer Aided Design. You can download a free one or use a simple online one, like Tinkercad. Printable files can be found on 3D websites, such as Thingiverse.
Tech Labs – Free One-on-one Help
Have a question about computing or technology? Want a lesson in a particular program – or just a place to practice? Schedule a one-on-one session in our Tech Lab. Staff is available to help and give guidance. It’s a free service! Sign ups preferred and have priority.
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00-12:00
Call, email, or ask at the Main Desk to make an appointment. 585-593-3410
Three sewing machines are available for your project. Basic help is available. Presently, there are no dedicated times to use a sewing machine. Contact the library at the Main Desk if you would like to use a sewing machine at. 585-593-3410, or wellsville@stls
Each class is taught by library staff. Classes are “hands-on,” designed for one student per computer. Space is limited, so pre-registration is required. Participants need to have basic mouse and keyboard skills unless otherwise noted. Classes are free and open to the public. Class topics vary through out the year. If you have an interest in a particular subject, use the link below to let us know.
Call 585-593-3410, email, or stop in for more information or to reserve your spot.