Learn basic technology with a little help from the library and Bug Tussel University

Everyday Tech at Oshkosh Public Library

The library is hosting free technology classes to help you build your knowledge, skills and confidence. Click here for the full schedule of drop-in sessions and classes.

All classes are held from 2 - 3 p.m. in the library's Lower Level Conference Room. Drop-in tech help is available from 3 - 4 p.m. following every class.

Email Basics
March 2
April 27
Learn what email is, how it works, and how to stay safe while using it. We’ll have computers available for you to sign up for, read, and send emails. You’ll leave the class with your own email account and with the knowledge to use it!

Smartphone Basics
March 16
May 11
Did you know that your smartphone has GPS, SIM card, and Bluetooth capabilities? Not only do smartphones allow you to make calls and send texts, but they allow you to send and receive emails, browse the web, download apps, and organize your personal life! Bring your smartphone and learn what it can do for you. Android and iPhone users welcome.

Fun with Photos
Feb. 16
April 13
Learn how to save the photos you take with your smartphone, upload to social media sites and send them to others. Learn how to download, save and edit photos that were sent to you or found online. Bring your smartphone with you for some hands-on practice.

Facebook for Beginners
Feb. 2
March 30
May 25
Learn the basics of using Facebook in this hands-on class. We will discuss ways to keep your information secure. If you already have a Facebook account, come to the class with your username and password information so you can log in to your account on one of our computers.

Programs provided by Bug Tussel University, the educational branch of internet service provider Bug Tussel Wireless LLC.