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Do you need help with a device, website, or app but can't make it to a class, or prefer one-on-one assistance? Book A Librarian! 

  • Schedule an appointment with a librarian to get one on one help!
    • Visit or contact one of these branches below for more information.
      • Central Library (Help Desk) or call 337-721-7116
      • Sulphur Regional Library (Information Desk) or call 337-721-7138
    • For the visit make sure you have or know all email addresses and account passwords that you need assistance with.

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      • Niche Academy - Tutorials covering library resources and services, research databases, language learning tools, as well as different software and technology tools. 
      • from LinkedIn - Online learning for any skill level; topics include Business, Education, Marketing, Photography, Design, Music, and Video.
      • Learning Express 3.0 - career preparation, high school equivalency, college admissions, school center, adult core skills, etc. 
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      Tips for Cyber Security 

      • Limit the amount of personal info that you post on social media websites.
      • Only post info on social media websites that you are comfortable with ANYONE seeing. 
      • Be wary of strangers. The internet makes is very easy to misrepresent their identities and motives.
      • You probably didn't win the lottery, and you probably aren't in trouble with the IRS.
      • Always keep your operating system and applications up to date with the latest security patches.
      • Check your browser security.
      • Do not store password (s) unencrypted on any device.
      • Think before you click. Don't get phished!
      • Do not use public wireless networks (airports, library, coffee shops) if you are accessing sites containing your confidential information (SS#, DOB, credit card, account data, etc.)

      Is a website secure?

      • "HTTPS" in the prefix of a website address.
      • Normally, when browsing the web, the URLs (web page addresses) begin with the letters "HTTP".
      • However, over a secure connection the address displayed should begin with "HTTPS" - note the "s" at the end.
      • Click on "lock icon" in the status bar of your browser.

      True or False