Technology and Education Center
The Technology and Education Center is located on the second-floor of the Orlando Public Library and includes the state-of-the art Melrose Center. The public area consists of 39 Dell and HP multimedia capable computers equipped with CD-RW drives and one Mac from which patrons can access numerous software applications and the Internet. All public computers are equipped with CD-RW drives.
Software applications available on public access computers include:
- Internet Browsers (Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox)
- Microsoft Office 2013 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Publisher)
- Adobe Reader
Software applications available on Melrose Center computers for members:
- Adobe Creative Cloud (Audition, After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere, and more)
- Avid Pro Tools 11
- Final Cut Pro X
- Logic Pro X
- Unity 5
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The Library also has three classrooms where over 200 unique classes are taught by seasoned trainers and designed by experienced curriculum developers. Our classes combine expert instruction with hands-on exercises with the goal of developing practical skills. Classes are offered daily for all ages and cover a variety of useful topics including introductory computer competencies, office productivity, job seeking skills, photography, audio post-production, and video post-production.
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NOTE: Information about library locations will be in the Location & Hours section of the new website. There you will find a listing of all branches along with each location's address, hours, and unique amenities. You'll also be able to filter the branch listing to the locations closest to you OR by specific amenities (such as a drop-off window, meeting room, bus route, etc.).