Your Resource Page for Technology available both within and outside of the Library
Using a mobile hotspot, you can connect up to 15 devices to free Wi-Fi and unlimited data from the comfort of your home. Users may borrow one device per account, and you must be 13 or older to borrow these devices. Device is loaned for 7 days and is renewable if there are no holds. Devices must be returned in person to the Reference Desk.
Borrow an iPad with NJ HealthConnect@Your Library
•See a doctor,24/7
•Health information in your language
•Mental health support
•Meeting apps (Zoom/Google)
Computer and Technology Class Mission Statement
The mission of the computer classes held at Cherry Hill Public Library is to introduce our patrons and the wider community to myriad forms of technology and learning devices. We do this by offering introductory instructional sessions covering a variety of topics from the very basics to the most popular. These classes are not meant to replace regular classroom instruction, but to be a precursor to further self-guided learning.
Computer classes are taught by both library staff and volunteer instructors. All course titles, descriptions, and scheduling are to be coordinated at the discretion of the Adult Services Department and are designed with the community’s needs in mind.
For a list of our current and future computer classes, please visit our Events Calendar.
Self-paced tutorials for many different software products and technology devices are available with your library card. Learning Express offers topics from computer basics to sophisticated graphic design. Universal Class provides over 500 courses, many offering continuing education credit. Check out these and an array of our other online databases available for your online learning journey.
As part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, President Biden and Vice President Harris worked with Democrats, Republicans, and Independents to create the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which provides eligible households $30 per month off their internet bills. To deliver maximum cost savings to families, the Biden-Harris Administration has secured commitments from 20 leading internet providers to offer ACP-eligible households a high-speed internet plan for no more than $30 per month. Eligible families who pair their ACP benefit with one of these plans can receive high-speed internet at no cost. Check their website to see if you qualify.
Sometimes one-on-one help is best. Our staff can offer assistance with computer skills, personal devices, job searching, project research, and more.
Fill out the form and a librarian will reach out to you to set up a one-hour appointment.
LEAP ( Library Equal Access Program) is for New Jersey residents 55 and older who have a change in vision. LEAP provides free computer and iPad training classes in partnership with New Jersey Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CBVI).
If you know anyone who is interested in registering for the classes, please direct them to contact Stephen Felle at the Talking Book and Braille Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 800-792-8322 ext. 812.