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Tech Help & Adult Education

Tech Drop-in Help Sessions

Help sessions are available every Tuesday from 7-8 pm. Just bring your Kindle, Nook, iPad, laptop, smartphone, or other device to the Reference Desk and we'll try to answer any questions you may have. No appointment necessary. For more information or to make an appointment for a help session at your convenience, please contact the Reference Department at 781-721-7171 x320 or

Book a Librarian

You can set up a 30-minute appointment with a Reference Librarian for help on almost anything. We can provide research assistance, help you set up an email account, get you started with ebooks, help you find an obituary, or even show you how to use Facebook. Visit the Reference Desk, call 781-721-7171 x320, or send an email to to set up an appointment.

Computer Classes at Nearby Organizations

A variety of in-depth and hands-on classes are offered by other organizations at the locations listed below. Classes are often offered on a semester or seasonal basis and may not be free.

Arlington Community Education, Arlington, MA

The Boston Center for Adult Education, Boston, MA

Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge, MA

Cambridge Community Television (CCTV), Cambridge, MA

Cambridge Public Library, Cambridge, MA

The Career Place, Woburn, MA

Charles River Public Internet Center, Waltham, MA

The Jenks Senior Center, Winchester, MA

Lexington Community Education, Lexington, MA

Newton Free Library, Newton, MA

Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School, Wakefield, MA

Woburn Adult Evening School, Woburn, MA, 781-937-8210

Winchester Recreation Department, Winchester, MA