Phoenix Public Library: Computer Basics – Internet Safety

In today’s world, so much of what we do has become heavily computer based: from communicating with family far away, to shopping online, finding information, and even looking for work.
These classes will help prepare you to use computers in your daily life, or as you prepare to enter the workforce.
Our Computer Basics series is designed to help build the basic skills needed to use a computer confidently and comfortably – whether you are just starting to use computers, or whether you need some additional practice to really feel confident in your use.
This entry is for the Internet Safety class – so much of what we do is online, but the internet isn’t always quite as user-friendly as we might like it to be. Join us for this hour-long class that examines common dangers and traps for internet users, explores how to create safe and secure passwords, and how to protect your personal information in this new connected world.
The City of Phoenix follows CDC Guidelines for reducing COVID risk. Everyone age 2 and older visiting a city facility, including libraries, is required to wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. If you need a mask for you or your child, please ask at the Desk. Attendance at in-person programs is reduced to accommodate physical distancing. Thank you for understanding.
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  • Audience: Adult
  • Genre: Technology & Computer Science
  • Type: Workshop

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Date

Jan 18 2022
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Time

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Cost

Free

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Location

Phoenix Public Library - Ocotillo Library
102 W. Southern Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85041​​
Website
https://www.phoenixpubliclibrary.org/locations/ocotillo

Organizer

Phoenix Public Library
Website
https://www.phoenixpubliclibrary.org/
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