The Public Computing Center is supported by funds from the estate of local educator Wilhelmina Henley. It is located downstairs in the library and equipped with several laptops, an iMac, iPads & eReaders, scanners, and a Smartboard.
The PCC offers a wide variety of free workshops that vary from month to month. They usually run between 1 – 2 hours and all the technology/materials needed will be provided. Come ready to practice and learn!
For a monthly listing or to register for one of our workshops, click HERE. Registration can also be done in person or over the phone at 607.563.1200.
The PCC also offers computer and technology assistance in a one-on-one setting during “Open Hours”. During this time patrons may use the equipment and staff is available to answer questions or offer assistance. This is also a great time to get help doing job searches or working on resumes.
*View the full Public Computing Center Policy
Pre-K Tech This 30 minute program is a fun way for children ages 2 – 5 and their parents/caregivers to learn some fun and education programs. We will begin by watching a Tumblebook before learning about some apps and playing on our iPads.
Teen Book Club is on hiatus. Check back soon!
Open Gaming We have plenty of computers and iPads or play the Wii on our Smartboard! Yes, we have some Minecraft accounts to “loan” as well!
Lego Robotics Club will begin meeting to participate in the 2014 First Lego League. If interested, please stop into the library and fill out the interest form.