Mon: 10-6  |   Tues: 10-7  |  Wed: 10-8  |  Thurs: 10-7  |  Fri: 10-6  |  Sat: 10-3        
603-664-9715
105 Ramsdell Lane
Barrington, NH 03825




One-on-One Technology Assistance
Need more than a quick overview? Is your question more complex than a 5 minute visit can cover? Schedule a one-on-one, 30-minute session with one of our skilled librarians and receive personalized instruction on a variety of computer related subjects.

Learn about:

  • Computer skills
  • Getting around the internet
  • Setting up and using email
  • Microsoft Office suite 
  • Downloadable eBooks, Audiobooks, Music, Comics, TV Shows and Movies
  • Setting up and using Social Media accounts like Facebook!

For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please contact David at 664-9715 or email at circulation@barringtonlibrary.com

David can also assist with mobile devices, such as tablets, smart phones and laptops as well.
One session per month, per customer.
We suggest booking your appointment at least two weeks in advance due to high demand of this service. Due to limited funding and staffing, this service is only available to Barrington Library cardholders.

Library Technical Services
The library has many services that we offer to the public, faxing, scanning and photocopying in addition to our other more unique services:
  • Checking out iPads and stream movies on our VUDU account.
  • Transfer your VHS home movies to Digital format.
  • Kindles and iPads for 2 week checkout.
  • Computer Classes and One-on-one computer tutorials.
  • Downloadable eBooks, Audiobooks, Music, Comics, TV Shows and Movies.
  • Video Game rentals.

If you have any questions regarding any services the library offers, please feel free to contact us anytime.


Useful Links around the Web
 
TEACH YOURSELF TECHNOLOGY
These sites have tutorials on a wide array of tech topics, from basic to advanced. Use these sites on your own or in conjunction with our Book a Librarian program.

GCF Learnfree.org
Online educational website. From basic computer skills to learning how to navigate windows 8. More than 90 tutorials with over 1,000 lessons, videos and interactive programs - all for free!

Digitalliteracy.org
An initiative started by the Obama Administration designed to serve as a resource to build digital literacy skills. Find information on computer skills, and even job skills involving how to write resumes, finding a job, and even local training centers.

Techboomers
Free videos and article tutorials on how to use popular websites like Netflix, Amazon and Gmail as well as various social networks. Especially geared towards baby boomer and senior learners

Virtual Privacy Lab
Learn about privacy topics and generate a custom privacy toolkit geared towards your online needs. Toolkits include links, tips, and resources that empower you to customize your online identity. From the San Jose Public Library.

Software Specific
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Publisher, Access)

Free tutorials from Microsoft on how to use their products, including Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Publisher and Access 2007-2013. Training courses are organized by product, then by skill level.

Coding
Codeacademy is an education company committed to helping people learn programming. They offer free, interactive lessons on HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Python and Ruby. Users are required to create a free account.





Mouse Skills
Mousercise

A great explanation of how to use the mouse, including lots of hands-on practice and fun games. Perfect for the complete beginner.