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Queens Public Library Tech Lab at Queensbridge

Business and Technology Training by Queens Public Library’s Job & Business Academy

10-43 41st Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101

For more information or to register by phone for any of these programs, call 718-990-8625.


Introduction to Email

In this introductory workshop, you will learn how to create an email account, how to log on, how to navigate your email account, how to send and receive email messages, and how to attach documents.     

Thursday, April 18
2pm-4pm


Build Your Own YouTube Channel

Learn how to start a YouTube channel and make money. We will learn how to start a channel and tips for growing a following. This program is open to all! 

Thursday, April 18
5:45pm – 7:15pm


3D Printing Household Accessories

Learn how to 3D print practical objects for your home! Design your own cookie cutter, desk organizer, snake drain, replacement parts, lemon juicer, and more. 3D printing opens the doors to engineering, business, art, and design! This program is open to everyone with any level of computer knowledge.   

Saturday, April 20
11am – 1pm 

Register by phone or in person


Getting Started with Web Development and Coding

During this six-week course, we will be covering the basics of HTML & CSS as we build our own portfolio websites. We will build our projects collaboratively using the glitch platform and by the end, you will have a live website you can share with anyone on the web. This course will also feature short intros to more advanced topics you may encounter later on in your web development journey!    

Saturday, April 20
2pm – 4pm

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Genealogy and DNA Testing

What is genealogy? How was DNA research developed to find familial linkages? We'll look at the growing field and the way you can find your family history with it Looking at the most popular genealogy databases, we'll determine what information each provides. We'll also look at what other unforeseen consequences might arise from giving your DNA to these databases.   

Mondays, April 22 & 29
2pm – 4pm


Web Development: Backend Series

Explore the basics of server side development in this series. Learn how to connect to a database and store and retrieve information from a website. On 4/22, learn to work with databases. On 4/29, use routes and controllers.   

Mondays, April 22 & 29
5:45pm – 7:15pm

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Microsoft Word for Beginners

Learn how to create and save Word documents; format and edit text; copy, cut, and paste items; and use Word's main functions and commands. Basic computer skills are required. Preregistration is required.   

Thursday, April 25
2pm – 4pm


Program Beats with Sonic Pi

Sonic Pi is a digital musical instrument that allows you to make and remix music through live coding. Participants will create music using the same technology used by music industry professionals.   

Thursday, April 25
5:45pm – 7:15pm


Game Design with Conductive Slime

Make a game in Scratch 3.0 and build your own controller out of conductive slime!   

Saturday, April 27
2pm – 4pm