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Computer Research Classes


2012 Class Schedule

If you would like to register for any of the following classes, call Information Services at 330-744-8636 or register for a class online by clicking here

 Printable Computer Research Classes Schedule 

Computer Research 101 - Library Online Resources for Everyone 
Come to the library and learn about the many research databases and websites the library provides for your information needs. This class will do a brief tour of the many Databases available, along with a tour of the Subject Area Research, Smart Money, and Your Gov websites.

Computer Research 102 - You, Too, Can Find Most Anyone 
Learn about the library's databases and websites devoted to finding people. This class highlights ReferenceUSA's white pages, Your Gov-Mahoning County Auditor, and the Subject Area Research-People Finding Sources websites.

Computer Research 103 - Information Searching for You & Me 
This is an in-depth look at those databases and websites for finding magazine/newspaper/encyclopedia articles, literary criticism, consumer reviews, etc. for the student hungry for knowledge that is inside all of us. Among the resources highlighted in this class are: the Art & Literature databases, General Reference databases, Magazine & Newspaper databases, Books & Reading websites, Consumer Information websites, and Quick Reference websites.

Computer Research 104 - E-Government 
Discover how to find and access such government services as: Unemployment Benefits, Social Security, Driver's License, Tax Forms and more.


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Ohio Public Library Information Network's (OPLIN) website for the Electronic Resources that it offers to Ohioans. For some databases you'll use your zip code, for others your library card number, to access the Resource Databases. For a list of shorcut URLs to these databases click here

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