Adult Computer Classes

Adults using computers while looking at a projector screenInterested in improving your computer skills? The Library offers free computer classes for adults to help you improve your computer skills. These small group classes will help you become more proficient at using common computer programs while ensuring one-on-one attention from our instructors.

Typical Classes 

We offer a variety of classes to help with basic computer use and beginner Microsoft Office classes.

  • Computer Basics I and II
  • Internet Basics
  • Email Basics
  • Basic Excel
  • Basic Word

Things To Know

  • Classes often have a waitlist, so please cancel your registration before the class begins if you're unable to make it to class
  • Basic computer skills are required for Microsoft-based classes
  • For beginners, instructors recommend taking Computer Basics I and II (when available)

How Can I Sign Up?

  • Please sign up using the links below to register for classes. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please call the Adult Services Department at 817-427-6814.

What People Saying About Our Computer Classes

“Absolutely a wonderful class! I learned so many things. I was really embarrassed about my lack of basic computer skills, but [my instructor] started at the beginning and went over everything. I am getting more confident and am excited to learn more. [The instructor] did a great job!" 

-- Received in a 2017 exit survey after student finished a Computer Basics II class 

“This was my second class with [the instructors] and I came out of here feeling confident. I am sure there will be things that I will have questions about and I know that I can call and get the help." 

-- Received in a 2018 exit survey after student finished an Intermediate Microsoft Word computer class

“I cannot express enough how much I appreciate the much needed help I’ve received from my instructor and being able to use the various resources here at the library. It has been a lifesaving/altering experience. I am able to function in my new job." 

-- Received in a 2018 exit survey after student finished an Excel Basics computer class