Middleton Public Library
Address: 7425 Hubbard Avenue, Middleton, WI 53562
Phone: 608-831-5564     Email: info@midlibrary.org
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Some programs require pre-registration. To register for these free programs, call 608-827-7403, email info@midlibrary.org, or stop by at the library's lower level Reference Desk.

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Tuesday July 2
Read your favorite magazines on your tablet for free by using your library card! We have two databases available to Middleton Public Library cardholders. We will look at both and learn how to use them and search for your favorites. Bring your tablets to the class to follow along as we learn about RB Digital and Flipster.
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Tuesday July 23
Lynda.com is a leading online learning platform that helps learn business, software, technology and creative skills. The video courses are taught by recognized industry experts. Learn about this wonderful database available to Middleton Public Library cardholders!
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Tuesday August 6
Access to ancestry.com is available here at the library (in house only) to use! We will learn to navigate the site, as well as learn some BASIC tips and skills to search and view information to get started.
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Expand your computer skills with the  Learning Express Library

One-on-One Computer Classes

Meet Amanda at the Reference Desk for a one-on-one tutorial session in one of our study rooms.  Sign up for these 30-minute-or-less computer classes by calling 827-7403, stopping by the library's Reference Desk, or emailing info@midlibrary.org.   E-readers and laptops are welcome at our sessions; please let staff know at sign-up if you plan to bring your own equipment.  All classes are free and open to the public!  Classes run year-round; please inquire about upcoming sessions.

Topics Include:
How to use a mouse
Help navigating the new LINKcat catalog
Signing up for an email/social networking account (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.)
Opening and attaching email files
Scanning photographs and basic editing
Accessing full-text magazine articles online
Sprucing up your resume with style formatting
Using Overdrive (e-books, downloadable audiobooks) on your computer or mobile device