Technology Assistance

Computer Help

Do you find computers a little intimidating? Wonder about some of the terms that you hear? Take a look through these simple guides to help you get started:


Digital Skills–Three Ways to Start Learning

Ready to try your hand at improving your digital skills? Here are some FREE videos from Google that will help you get organized, prepare for a job, and more. Get started HERE!

The Public Library Association‘s site, DigitalLearn.org, is an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant-funded project to create an online hub for digital literacy support and training.

PA Online Learning (nicheacademy.com) Tutorials from the State Library of Pennsylvania


Here are some helpful pages created by the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh for beginning computer users.


Printing From Home

Working on something but don’t have a printer? Or unable to print from home? Did you know that you can send your documents and photos to the Library’s printers from your home and then stop by to pick up! You must pick up by the end of our business day or the prints will not be saved. Visit this page to learn more and download the instructions below.


Help at the Library

While our doors are closed to in-person assistance, we are happy to help you by phone (412-486-0211) or email: shalerref@einetwork.net.