Computer Tutors

Expanded Computer Coaching Program Offers One-on-One Help for Computer Users

Tormented by the white hourglass cursor? Haunted by a blank blue screen? The S.B. Central Library (40 E. Anapamu St.) has recently expanded its Computer Coaching Program, a series of no-cost, one-on-one drop-in classes available to all Santa Barbarans hoping to improve their computer skills. Taught by an experienced volunteer computer specialist, the sessions are now available five days per week and will help participants learn about the Internet and popular software applications like Microsoft Office. RSVP to sign up for a half- or full-hour coaching session every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 1-5 p.m. Call 564-5604 for more info.

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