Computers & Technology

Future of Work

Join us for a three-part documentary series in March.

Future of Work is a three-part broadcast series exploring monumental changes in the workplace and the long-term impact on workers, employers, educators and communities. East Brunswick Public Library is teaming up with PBS to provide free screenings of this documentary this winter.
The first screenings were held in January. The series will be shown again in March during Maker Week. 

ABC's of Coding

The ABC's of Coding

Python is one of the most popular coding languages in the world, and it is one of the most easy and powerful languages to learn.

This program is for students currently in 5th and 6th grades.

This is a 6 part class, held on zoom, taught by a volunteer.  Classes alternate between Fridays and Saturdays each week for 6 weeks.

week 1: Friday, 1/14, from 4-5 pm

week 2: Saturday, 1/22, from 3-5

week 3: Friday, 1/28, from 4-5 pm

week 4: Saturday, 2/5, from 3-5

week 5: Friday, 2/11, from 4-5 pm

Free Computer Training

Plainfield Public Library is offering free computer training. The IC3 Digital Literacy classes and certifications are designed to teach and test a variety of fundamental computing concepts, key applications (Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint), and skills for living in an online world.   Funded by the Union County Workforce Development Board and the Union County Board of County Supervisors, the classes are free to all NJ residents who are eligible to work in the US. Classes are offered in-person during the day and online at night.

Free Computer Training

The IC3 is short for Internet Computing Core Certification. IC3 helps you learn and demonstrate Internet and digital literacy through a worldwide industry standard. To learn more click here.

The classes are taught in an online environment and students can learn from the comfort of their homes. To be placed on the waiting list for the Next session: fill out this form Fall: September 27-December 2.