Teen Tech Week 2019 is officially March 3-9. Cobb County Public Libraries are showcasing digital resources and more throughout March – and year-round – to encourage teens to become competent users of technology and to have fun. The theme of
Please note: Registration is closed for the Vision To Learn visit at Switzer Library on January 4th as all appointment spaces are filled. The Vision To Learn mobile clinic will return to Switzer Library in downtown Marietta on Friday, January
Stratton Library will offer English as a Second Language (ESL) classes each Tuesday, 6 pm to 7:30 pm, from June 19 through August 21, 2018. The free ESL classes are offered in partnership with Family Kickstart Georgia. Participants must register.
Cobb County Public Libraries offers a variety of free tutoring sessions and computer classes to help adults with basic computer literacy such as typical computer use and e-mail. Upcoming classes include: Tech Tutoring Tuesdays is offered every Tuesday in May at West
Cobb County public libraries are showcasing digital resources and services for Teen Tech Week 2018 in early March. Libraries are for Creating is this year’s Teen Tech Week theme. Teen Tech Week events are scheduled at Cobb County libraries from Saturday,
Introductory computer classes offered by the Cobb County Public Library includes sessions for learning the general skills of using a computer, e-mail and other basic technology. The tech classes are free. Registration is required, unless stated otherwise. Space is limited.
Cobb County public libraries and librarians are leaders addressing a top challenge for the Atlanta region: Improving Third-Grade Reading Skills. Ensuring more children are ready to make the transition from “learning to read to reading to learn” by the end
Sewell Mill Library & Cultural Center is offering Hour of Code programs Monday, December 4th through Thursday, December 7th at 4:30 pm during the 2017 Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek). The first Hour of Code session at Sewell Mill is slated for