Richmond Heights Memorial Library
This page will give you all of the information you need in order to join the Cyber Café.
8001 Dale Avenue
Richmond Heights, Missouri 63117
Here's a bit of background information about the After School Cyber Café. Students reserve one-hour time slots each week for individual tutoring at a computer. The Cyber Café host then spends time teaching the student the ins and outs of HTML — the programming language that creates web pages. In addition to learning how to transform HTML into actual websites, our participants will eventually learn how to use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe ImageReady — two of the industry-standard software titles used in image creation. Those students who work extra hard get rewarded with their very own sites being hosted on the Richmond Heights Memorial Library's website. It's that easy!
Students of all ages are welcomed — the Cyber Café is FREE to all, and there is no experience necessary. Students don't have to have a library card to join. Participants don't have to have a computer at home, nor do they have to have fast typing skills.
For those of you whom may not necessarily be interested in computers and/or websites, but may still be interested in assisting the Cyber Café, we are in constant need of volunteers. Volunteers are needed to escort and watch over laptop computers and to be assistants to the Cyber Café host. Our helpers can earn community service hours and treats, while helping the Cyber Café to prosper.
If you have any questions or comments about the After School Cyber Café and/or becoming a volunteer, please contact Betsy Simmons or Emily Mess at (314) 645-6202, or drop in and visit the Children's Library area at the Richmond Heights Memorial Library. Thank you.
Heights Memorial Library|
Jeanette Piquet, Director
8001 Dale Avenue
Voice: 314.645.6202 Fax: 314.781.3434
Heights Memorial Library is a member of the St. Louis County Municipal Library
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