Google for Education comes through again with a robust tool for both teachers and students of technology. This is directed at schools but mentions libraries as well. Actually, it can be used - for free - by anyone!
My thought is that you could take advantage of this program in your library to assist patrons and/or your staff in learning technology-related subjects, or you could become the student and educate yourself. Either way, Google makes it easy.
Go here to check it out and get started. You must have a Google account (i.e. gmail) to participate. Following the Students path will get you access to all the lessons, which is probably all you need. If you choose to follow the link for Teachers, you will be asked to complete a form about your position/facility; just fill it out as best you can. I did it myself and found nothing preventing me from participating. However, the "teacher" path takes you to lesson plans and organizational functions. Though necessary for a school teacher, it might be way more than you need for the library.
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