Plano Public Library offers access to a variety of devices and software for digital creation and personal development. With online learning courses, video guides, and technology programs, your Plano Public Library card opens the door to learning from beginners to advanced users.
This space is currently unavailable due to COVID-19 restrictions. For updates related to COVID-19 and library resources, visit the Plano Public Library website. Learn more about audio/visual equipment and software available in the tech-focused spaces at Haggard Library and Parr Library.
LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com): Access online training courses that cover a variety of topics including business, design, web development, soft skills and software. Choose multi-course learning paths or select specific videos that meet your needs.
EBSCO Computer Source: Access the latest information and current trends in high technology. Read full text for nearly 300 publications and indexing and abstracts for nearly 450 publications.
Request an appointment with a librarian for a 30 minute session of one-on-one help covering a variety topics. Assistance with computer skills, reading suggestions, in-depth research or help with new technology are a few examples of how we can help.
GCFLearnFree.org: Access free self-paced tutorials on over 200 topics including Microsoft Office, email, browsers, and computer operating systems. This resource is a great starting point for beginner computer users.
Coursera: Access free courses and guided projects provided by top universities and leading industry companies such as Duke, Stanford, Autodesk and Cisco. Affordable professional certification and degree programs are also available.
Edx.org: Access free courses with options for paid certificates provided by top universities and leading industry organizations such as Harvard, Purdue, IBM and Google. Affordable learning programs are also available.