As “workforce development” becomes synonymous with “lifelong learning,” Morgan County Library continues to provide resources to our community. We offer basic computer classes, a public computer lab, print, video and digital resources. In October of 2019, the library was approved for an LSTA Targeted Collection Development Grant of $1,500. This grant is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.
Basic Computer Classes
- Keyboard, Mouse and Computer Basics
- Learn how to left-click, right-click, double click, use basic command keys, navigate various areas of the keyboard and how to start your computer, save and re-open a file, and create a folder in this class.
- This class is offered on the first Thursday of every month at 10:00am.
- Internet Basics
- Learn basic internet terminology, how to navigate a browser, locate a website, identify common domains, and stay safe while searching the internet in this class.
- This class is offered on the third Thursday of every month at 10:00am.
- Gmail Basics
- Learn to create a free Google Gmail email account and use its features to send, receive, and organize email messages in this class.
- This class if offered on the Fourth Thursday of every month at 10:00am.
Public Computer Lab
In addition to our computer classes we offer 3 different CD-roms on 2 different public computers. These teaching aids assist with developing typing Skills, Training for Windows 10 and building a resume. Two special videos are able to view on our laptops; Stand-Out Careers without a Four-Year Degree and RIASEC at Work: Match Your Personality to Careers.
We offer various Workforce Development Booklist, under various themes.
- Computer Programming
- General Management
- Labor Force Personal Attributes
- Medical and Health
- Personal Improvement
- Personal Success in Business
- Reference: Textbooks and Exams
- The Great Sources
- Effective Communication Skills
- How Conversation Works
- Money and Banking
- Transformational Leadership
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Through OverDrive we provide a collection of digital resources to checkout.
Visit your Libby app to access the following titles:
- Cracking the GED test
- HiSet/Language Arts – Writing
- HiSet/Social Studies
- Beginner’s Step-by-Step Coding Course
Jobs.mo.gov is the Missouri Division of Workforce Development (DWD) webpage. DWD provides various workforce development and employment related programs, products, and services for businesses and job seekers.
As a division of the Department of Economic Development (DED), we strive to enhance Missouri’s economy by:
- Helping job seekers find gainful employment with family sustaining wages
- Providing businesses with a skilled, trained workforce to successfully compete in the global economy.
MOSourceLink’s mission is to help entrepreneurs and small businesses across the state of Missouri grow and succeed by providing free, easy access to the help you need – when you need it.
MOSourceLink connects entrepreneurs and small business owners with a network of nonprofit resource organizations that provide business-building services. We facilitate the linking of these resource organizations to one another and to established, emerging and start up small businesses throughout the region.
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