Welcome to the Dripping Springs Community Library

Computer Q & A

 Computer

The Dripping Springs Community Library offers computer help for your laptops, tablets, phones or anything else techy.

Stop by Monday, Wednesday and Friday, between 10am and 6pm, free of charge.

Computer Training

Dripping Springs ISD Community Education
Classes are held at the 300 Building (behind the DSISD Administration Building)
Call for information: (512) 858-3021
http://www.dsisd.txed.net
http://drippingspringsisd.revtrak.net

Austin Computer Learning Center
Austin Groups for the Elderly (AGE) Building
Suite 155
3710 Cedar St. Austin, TX 78705
Telephone: 512-451-4611
http://www.seniornetaustin.org

Austin Free-Net
2209 Rosewood Avenue  Austin, TX 78702
(512) 236-8225 Phone
http://www.austinfree.net

Austin Public Library
Various locations
(512) 974-7400
Clases en español
http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/library/training.htm

Austin Area Urban League
1033 La Posada Dr. Suite 150  Austin, TX 78752
 (512) 478-7176
http://www.aaul.org/programs/adult-education.html

City of Austin - Dewitty Job Training and Employment Center
2209 Rosewood Ave. 78702
(512) 472-5718

MRC Community Center
Foundation Communities/Trails at Vintage Creek
7224 Northeast Drive Austin, TX 78723
Phone Number: 512-789-1033
http://www.mrcaustin.org/index.html

Skillpoint Alliance
Various locations
(512) 323-6773
http://www.skillpointalliance.org

Online Computer Training

Learning Express Library

http://www.learnatest.com/LEL/index.cfm/learningCenter/ComputerInternetBasics

Universal Class Online

http://www.dscl.org/explore/universal-class.html

GCFLearnFree Computer Training

GCFLearnFree Entrenamiento en Computadoras

Microsoft Word Training

Milwaukee Public Library Computer Curriculum

Learn the Net

Mouse Training

Mouse Practice

Typing Training

Online Fraud


Identity theft, online scams, email scams and credit card fraud are all things we need to watch out for while using the internet.

Here is a website with a lot of great information:

What is a ‘Phishing’ Scam ?

Hackers try to use your email address to send so-called "phishing" emails in an attempt to steal your personal information.  How can you protect yourself from these scam artists?


Free E-Mail Accounts

Yahoo Mail

Yahoo Tutorial

Google Mail

Zoho Mail

HotMail

GMX Mail


email robber

Free Online File Storage

Box.net

MediaFire

Online Office Software

Google Docs Online

Zoho Office Online

Library Catalog

Select Language
 

and more

Universal-Class



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