ROCKLAND — The Rockland Public Library and the National Digital Equity Center will host a tech class on Monday, Dec. 12 and Tuesday, Dec. 13, from 2–3 p.m. This class is free and open to the public, and registration is required to attend.

Learn the basics of using email in this class. We will look at navigating, composing, replying, working with attachments, and more, with hands-on class participation. A device connected to the internet and an email account are required to participate.

This class is presented by the National Digital Equity Center and is taught by Marci Gaglione and facilitated by Rockland Library staff. Online enrollment with the NDEC and class registration is required; to enroll, please visit this site: digitalequitycenter.org/classes/enroll/. Then, to register, please visit this site: digitalequitycenter.org/classes/class/email-basics/?instance_id=2694. Interested participants can also call the library and staff will be happy to assist with enrollment and registration.

The National Digital Equity Center provides communities at all levels the expertise needed to mobilize broadband technologies through digital inclusion, literacy efforts, education, resource planning, funding research, infrastructure leveraging and stakeholder engagement.

The National Digital Equity Center team brings years of community, state, national and international stakeholder engagement to action-oriented broadband planning toward digital equity. Working closely with established entities that have laid the groundwork for broadband adoption, the National Digital Equity Center provides turnkey, hands on, action-based assistance to communities and stakeholders.

This class will take place in the library’s Community Room; the Rockland Public Library is located at 80 Union St.