Monday, April 18, 2022

Digital dangers are everywhere online, but you can take simple steps to protect yourself.

During the Fond du Lac Public Library’s May 5 program, Choose Privacy, learn simple tips and best practices to protect your devices, your data and your identity online. Such steps could prevent a hacker from stealing your identity or money. 

This event will begin at 11 a.m. in the McLane Room. To participate, register starting April 21 at

This is just one of several programs scheduled for May to help individuals become more comfortable with technology.

Not sure how to use a computer or smartphone? Not comfortable with surfing the web?

A series of classes at the Fond du Lac Public Library during April will help.

During “A Beginner’s Guide to Smartphones,” learn how to use these highly mobile computers that have become an important part of daily life. 

Smartphone classes are scheduled for:

Registration begins two weeks in advance by visiting, or register by calling our Reference Desk at 920-322-3930.

Looking for help with full-size computers rather than handheld ones? Drop into our Computer Basics program on Wednesday, May 4 at 11 a.m. in the McLane Room. Receive assistance with computer concerns you may be experiencing; no registration required.

Laptops are available to use if you don't have your own device.