The library building may be closed, but the virtual library is open.

Our librarians are available to answer your questions Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10am - 6pm, Tuesday, Thursday 12pm - 8pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sundays Closed. Click here or call 732-390-6767. A librarian will respond to your request as soon as possible.

Curbside Pickup available Monday - Saturday. Please call 732-390-6888 to make an appointment.

Items checked out prior to March 16, 2020 are due back by July 31. Please return items at our outdoor book drops Monday 8:30 am - Saturday 7:30 pm (closed Sunday). Fines for items returned after July 31 will be waived until the library building reopens. Lendable kits cannot be returned at book drops. You will be contacted by library staff for information on returning these items.

 

Email Basics Part I

Email Basics Part I
Computer Training Class at the library.
Register today!

02/09/2011 | 02:00PM - 04:00PM

Computer Training Center

Computer

Technology Training

Email Basics Part I

Learn to use electronic mail to communicate with others. Includes creating a web-based email account, reading, sending, replying, and forwarding messages.

Prerequisites:

Internet for Beginners, Part One class or basic Internet and word processing experience.

Fees:

  • Library Cardholders -- $5 per class. The $5.00 fee will be added to Library cardholder accounts after the cardholder has registered for a class.
  • Non-cardholders -- $10.00 per class. Non-cardholders must pay the $10.00 fee at registration.

Call the Information Desk at 732-390-6767 for more information.

Cancellation Policy
Please take your commitment seriously. Remember, your registration locks out someone else. If you cannot attend, you MUST call 732-390-6767 at least 24 hours before class time or cancel your registration online. If you do not attend and fail to cancel, the $5 registration fee is nonrefundable and will be charged to your library account. Customers with fines exceeding $5 will have a blocked library card until the fine is paid.

 



Email Basics Part I