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Internet Safety: Library Resources

Resources to help you stay safe online..

How-to Guides

Non-Fiction Books about internet security

Non-Fiction DVDs

Computer classes and other in-person help

Due to COVID, computer classes are not currently available.  

Computer classes - Mesa County Libraries offers an array of computer classes, including an Introduction to the Internet.  View the upcoming computer classes on the library's website for more information.

Tech Table - The Central Library offers a weekly walk-up Tech Table to answer technology questions.  Particularly useful for patrons with laptop, tablet and smartphone questions.  The Tech Table is first come-first served from noon to 2 p.m. every Tuesday or 5-6pm every 2nd and 4th Thursday, at the Central Library.  Check with your local branch about other Tech Table sessions.

Book-a-Librarian - Patrons may book one-on-one 30-minute appointments with library staff for assistance with technology and reference/research questions.  To make an appointment, call us, stop by or request an appointment online.

Online Technology Education

Internet Safety Presentation