Whether you're looking for help with a new computer or tablet or trying to learn more about social media and emerging technologies like virtual reality, the Tech Team offers plenty of introductory classes. 

Check the full Tech Team calendar to find the next technology program and demonstration offering.

Registration is requested for hands-on classes and appointments. For classes, registration usually begins one week before the class is held. Specific dates are included with descriptions on the following pages.

Classes at Main are held in the Second Floor Classroom. Regional branch classes are held in their auditoriums. Please make every effort to arrive
before class begins and call to cancel if you are unable to attend. 

You can register in person, or call or email the Tech Team. If you leave a message, we will always get back with you to confirm your status.

Call: 843-805-6885
Email: [email protected] 

20 Tips for Your iPhone or iPad Bring your iPhone or iPad (or come and watch) and practice 20 tips every iOS owner should know! Registration is not required.
20 Tips for Your Mac Bring your MacBook (or come and watch) and learn how to use the Dock, Finder, and Launchpad to navigate your Apple computer effectively and efficiently. Registration is not required.
Instagram and Snapchat 101 Explore these popular mobile photo sites, and learn how to share pics and messages with your friends and followers. Demonstration only. Registration is not required.
Explore the World of Virtual Reality Virtual reality apps allow you to dive oceans, tour landmarks, experience cultures, solve mysteries and so much more…all without leaving your home. Discover some popular VR apps and gear, and get ready for your own interactive adventure. Demonstration only. Registration is not required.
Pinterest 101 You can use Pinterest to plan a garden, bookmark recipes to try, gather decorating ideas, and more. Learn how to search the site, “pin” and “repin,” create inspiration boards, and follow your friends. Demonstration only. Registration is not required.
Cable-Free TV Learn about some popular options for viewing shows and movies via the web, including watching on your PC and connecting web-enabled devices like Roku and Chromecast to your TV. Take a look at CCPL’s InstantFlix and hoopla offerings, too. Demonstration only. Registration not required.
Hour of Code Join a global movement that introduces millions of students to computer science and computer programming through hour-long tutorials presented by code.org. 
Skype Me! Come learn about this free video-calling site and participate in a live chat. We'll talk about some competitor products like FaceTime and Google Hangouts, too. Demonstration only. Registration is not required.
Blog About It! Blogs are all over the Web! These online journals are being written by everyone from journalists to grandmothers in order to chronicle and comment on world events, life, or work. Explore some popular blog types and learn how to start your own! 
Digital Music Demo Explore how to stream the music you like for free through Internet radio and how to download tracks from Amazon, iTunes, and CCPL’s Freegal. Discover how to convert CDs and how to sync to mp3 players.
CCPL's eLibrary Get an overview of CCPL’s downloadable eBook, audiobook, and magazine collection. Practice using ccpl.org and related apps to check out and download materials from OverDrive, RBdigital, and Hoopla. Review the lending restrictions and added features, as well.
RBdigital Magazine Downloads Sign up for an account and learn how to download free magazines from RBdigital.
Book-a-Librarian Have a technology question? Need help formatting your resume or completing a job application? Want to learn how to use the library's downloadable media on your tablet, phone, e-reader or laptop? Call the branch, and make an appointment with a librarian for a one-on-one session.