Free E-mail Accounts
Free, web-based e-mail accounts may be used on the computers with Internet access at the library. These accounts provide a convenient way for patrons to send and receive e-mail from any Internet computer in the library, as well as from any computer located elsewhere that has Internet access.
While library staff will not be able to assist patrons in using these e-mail accounts, setting up one should be fairly straightforward and each site will list instructions on how to create and use an account. The following list is just a sample of the various free e-mail sites available over the Internet:
Introduction to the Internet
A tutorial on how to find valuable information that cannot be found through standard search engines, e.g searchable databases.
The Internet has proven to be a valuable resource for research, job hunting, and other intellectual and recreational pursuits. Since the Internet provides an interactive and open form of communicating, people need to be careful regarding the information they are sending out to others.
Get some Internet safety for parents, teens and children:
Tutorials and Assistance
New User Tutorial
An tutorial to help those who have never used a computer before. Learn how to use the mouse and a few other basic skills.
PC Magazine - Solutions
This online version of PC Magazine offers you help with your computer questions as well as 'PC Magazine Utilities from A - Z'.
PC World - How to
This online version of PC World offers you help with your computer questions as well as 'Expert Buying Guides'.