Welcome to the Linebaugh Library Computer Class Web Page!

Come see our Computer Lab on the second floor of the library. All public computers are located on the second floor and all computer classes are held in our Learning Center.
One on One Resume Assistance sessions, when available, are held on Reference computers 29, 30, 31 also on the second floor.
Linebaugh Public Library System is seeking volunteers to teach computer classes in Murfreesboro.
We are also looking for a dedicated individual(s) to instruct our One on One Resume Assistance.
For more information, please contact Pete Wood or Dave Case at 615-893-4131 or email,, or

"Going Back to College"--MTSU and Linebaugh Library will offer special classes for adults that will provide guidance on how to finish your college degree.
 Classes in August: Wednesday, August 9, 6pm, and Wednesday, August 30, 9am.

FREE STUFF!--Ever wonder if there are free alternatives to those applications that require you to spend big bucks? Well, there probably are.
Come join us Tuesday, August 22 at 9am for the next in a series on Free Stuff. We will show you free applications, and how to find them.

Expanded Microsoft Excel/Word Classes-- Linebaugh is offering 2 new Microsoft Excel classes, Excel Part 3 and Excel Part 4. These additional classes will cover beyond basic
Excel and into intermediate and some advanced Excel. We also offer 1 new Microsoft Word class, Word Part 3, that covers beyond basic Word. These classes are not for beginners.

Basic HTML--Learn how web pages work, build and modify website code, deploy a website. Class is Saturday, August 12, 10am.

Linebaugh Library, with Ken Hreha, will be offering a 12 class series titled "Google Cloud" starting in August. Each class is independent so it is not mandatory to attend each session, just pick the ones you want.
There will be 3 classes in August, Class 1, Monday, August 14, 6pm, Class 2, Monday, August 2, 6pm, and Class 3, Monday, August 28, 6pm.

Introduction to  Linux--Covers brief history and overview of Linux and open source software and basic instructions for installing and getting started with Linux. Next class TBD.

Introduction to 3D Printing-- Covers basics of 3D design for printing with our 3D printers. Includes best practices, procedures, policies and an overview of software
using Google SketchUp and AutoDesk 123D Design. Class is a pre-requisite for patron use of our 3D printers.
There are no 3D printing classes scheduled forMay.
Next class TBD.

Employment Services & Career Coaching--Classes in August: Wednesday, August 9, 9:30am, and Wednesday, August 30, 6:30pm.