BEYOND THE STACKS
Beyond the Stacks LLC is a library and information technology services and instruction business that helps adult learners soar toward digital literacy. We also manage a philanthropic project, a volunteer-run mobile social justice library. Work with us to offer your clients, employees, or yourself technology classes, training, or one-on-one tech help appointments.
Reach us at: 860-940-2161 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“The class was very informative, clear, and managed time well for his presentation. Ery does a great job explaining things in easy terms to understand."
Group Tech Help
"Many thanks for your time and talent helping us push our social media efforts. You were very helpful to us. You also have an incredible amount of patience! I highly recommend this service to those needing extra help with technology."
Zoom for Webinars and Instruction
"It was a very informative instruction and great class. I enjoyed Ery's personality, his familiarity with the subject, his patience and his manner of speech. He's a natural teacher."
HOW WE WORK
We want to help ensure our services are accessible to all regardless of income. Thus, our services are designed with three kinds of audiences in mind. Get in touch about designing a service plan that suits your needs and meets your budget. Let your public library, senior center, or community center know that we offer group technology classes.
One-on-one instruction directly at the client's home or work space
Small group (4+) instruction for work or other organizations
A public institution pays us to teach a class free to students
MOBILE SOCIAL JUSTICE LIBRARY
A portion of all our sales is dedicated to our volunteer-run mobile social justice library, a philanthropic project Beyond the Stacks manages. The collection is fully cataloged, keyword searchable, and circulates at pop up events we host with various justice-minded organizations in Southeastern Connecticut and Rhode Island. The mobile library project mission is to provide education and information about social justice issues, as well as to highlight the personal narratives and stories of marginalized people in the dominant culture. Our collection currently contains over 300 books for all ages and represents as many genres, relevant topics, and experiences & identities as we can with our limited resources and availability. This project will always be a work in progress. This is true of any living being learning how to love better.