Technology classes for adults are offered on a regular basis and cover a variety of topics from computer basics to Microsoft Office software to special topics like cybersecurity.



Registration is required (unless otherwise noted) and opens on a specified date one month prior to the newsletter cycle (ex: December 15th for January and February). Registering for the first class in a designated series automatically enrolls you in all required sessions. All other classes require separate registration. Register online through our event calendar, by phone (847-429-4597), or in person. If you cannot attend a session you have registered for, please cancel so someone on the waitlist may attend.


Classroom Guidelines

Classes held in the Computer Training Room are limited to 15 participants. Classes begin at their scheduled times and run for 45-90 minutes, depending on the content. Late participants may not be admitted, and their spots may be given to participants on the waitlist.


Technology Class Survey

Feedback is important to us! After you have completed one of our classes please take a couple minutes to fill out our survey.
Tech Class Survey



For those who are new to computers and looking to build foundational knowledge and skills.


Classes for those looking to enhance their skills with various software, computers, or devices.

  • Register online for in-person classes at Gail Borden Library. Classes are offered on a rotating schedule. Topics include:

    • Cybersecurity

    • 3D Design

    • Cutting Cable

    • Open Source Software

    • VPN

Microsoft Office

Classes for those looking to gain or refresh their skills with Microsoft applications for work and home.