Residents and Keene property owners can take classes for free with the Keene Public Library’s new Universal Class web service and a library card. The Universal Class database offers hundreds of non-college credit continuing education courses ranging from history, art, and math to real estate, computer technology, and beauty lessons. Learn job and career skills, academic topics, hobbies, language learning, and more.
Once registered, participants can enroll in up to five courses and have up to six months to finish each course. These courses can be accessed through the internet 24/7 and feature a real instructor who can communicate with through email.
Universal Class also offers courses to help homeschoolers, those who are seeking GED training, and entrepreneurs looking to start a business. Universal Class is available to registered borrowers of the Keene Public Library in the library or from work, school, or home.
You can find out more about Universal Class at an introductory workshop on Friday, February 23, 2018, at 11 a.m. The workshop will show you how to register and the variety of classes available. The workshop will be held in the library’s Auditorium in the lower level. The library is located at 60 Winter St. Please call the library at 603-352-0157 for more information about Universal Class and educational programs for people of all ages.