Learn Digital Skills at Your Library

Computer classBeginning in August 2024, the Hawaii State Public Library System is partnering with the State of Hawaii’s Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Workforce Development Division to provide a series free entry level computer courses in all public libraries across the state.

These one-hour sessions will help our community members access and gain the skills they need to use the Internet for everyday living.

What You’ll Learn:

Computer basics

  • Parts of the computer
  • Key computer terms
  • Types of software
  • Safe computer use

Connecting to and navigating the internet

  • How to get online
  • Use the address bar
  • Navigate web browsers
  • Web navigation

Connecting with family and friends using email

  • Setup email accounts
  • Write and send emails
  • Email navigation (Gmail)
  • Attach files and features

Staying safe online and avoiding scams

  • Recognize online scams
  • Smart online practices
  • Spot phishing emails
  • Actions for suspected scams

How to Sign Up

Island schedules will be posted soon. Contact your local library for more information.

Funding provided by a U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration grant.

In observance of the Statehood Day holiday, all public libraries will be closed on Friday, August 16, 2024.

In observance of the Labor Day holiday, all public libraries will be closed from Saturday to Monday, August 31 to September 2, 2024.