Tech Help

The Glen Ellyn Public Library will be happy to assist with your technology question(s)! There are many ways in which we can help.

Technology Classes  |  Tech Help One-on-One  |  Tech Help Outreach  |  Community and Online Resources

Tech Help One-on-One

Alex Herzberg, Amy Franco, Hannah Rapp, Sarah Kleiva, Carol Waller, and Ian Lashbrook

Alex Herzberg, Amy Franco, Hannah Rapp, Sarah Kleiva, Carol Waller, and Ian Lashbrook

Make a 30 minute, one-on-one appointment with a librarian to answer your specific technology related questions.

Whether you keep up with the latest gadget trends and have specific questions about using them, or you are still having trouble turning on your computer, you can make an appointment with a librarian to get one-on-one assistance. Simply fill out the form below.

Tech Help One-On-One Request Form

Tech Help Outreach

Get your staff up to speed on basic computer skills. Learn how to conduct precision research from home or the workplace with GEPL’s databases. Explore the ever-expanding world of ebooks, and online magazines, audiobooks and movies that the library has to offer—all included with your GEPL card. Contact Ian Lashbrook, Instruction Librarian and Business Liaison, today to schedule a visit.

Community and Online Resources Discover the vast video library of engaging, top-quality courses in business, software, technology and creative skills, taught by recognized industry experts.

Learning Express: Offers practice tests, exercises and information to help achieve success at school, at work or in life. Topics include math and reading skills for elementary, middle and high school; college preparation tests, such as the ACT and SAT; computer skills: GED preparation: job search skills: U.S. citizenship; and more.

People’s Resource Center Help Page: The PRC Computer Access and Training Program provides free classes in computer skills and software.

workNet DuPage: Training, connecting and developing the workforce of DuPage County.