The Michael LoVerme Memorial Foundation is proud to bring you our fourth annual Computer Clinic!
All of our services are offered free of charge. In addition to answering your general technology questions, we offer personalized, dedicated 1-on-1 time with a technician! Bring in your computer (or other technological device) and spend time with one of our staff. They’ll work with you to tune up your computer, answer your questions, and troubleshoot any problems you have. We will have techs available from 9-2pm to answer questions and a scanning station to help walk you through getting your photos online!
Attending the event?
Here are some things you should know:
- Please do not bring devices that are unable to boot up. We cannot replace or repair hardware!
- If bringing a desktop. Bring just the tower. We have keyboards, monitors, mice and all the interconnecting cords.
- If bringing a laptop be sure to bring the power supply.
- We will service any Windows-based PCs and Macs.
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2016 Library Workshops:
Programming Your First Website with HTML
January 11, 2016 – Kiley Naro
Photography Workshop: Keys to Taking Good Photographs
January 26, 2016 – Cliff & Eileen LoVerme
Online Genealogy 101
March 2, 2016 – David LoVerme
2016 Clinic Q & A:
In the past we have offered tech workshops, but we believe we can better serve our guests by answering their questions directly. This year we will have established Q&A sessions to help you get all of your questions answered.
Last year’s clinic workshop schedule and slides are available here.
All of our 2014 workshops were recorded thanks to the generous effort from our good friend Ryan Hartmann. You can view the videos on our YouTube channel.
Questions about the event? Want to volunteer?
Please contact Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org.