3.3  |  A library-organized or -hosted class for patrons on using or navigating educational resources is held at least quarterly

Information about educational opportunities can be difficult to find and navigate. Classes in the library can help people meet educational needs with topics like how to use databases for completing homework, completing school applications online, interacting with local K-12 schools that offer parents online access to student records, conducting colleges search, or appling for financial aid. Libraries that meet this criteria provide classes in the library at least quarterly to help people learn to access these types of educational resources. Classes can be entirely developed and delivered by the library, or the library can enter into a partnership with another community-based organization to hold these classes at the library. If delivered by another organization, the classes must be open to all library patrons.

Answer Yes if you arrange or host classes on accessing educational resources at least quarterly.
Answer No, but plan to in the next year if the library does not deliver or host classess on accessing educational resources, or offers such classes less frequently than quarterly, but intends to do so in the next year.
Answer No, would like to but cannot at this time if you would like to offer classes on accessing educational resources but cannot at this time.
Answer No, we have no plans to do so at this time if your library does not currently offer quarterly classes on accessing educational resources, perhaps because the community lacks sufficient demand or instructional expertise, and does not intend to do so in the next year.