Computer Classes

SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, & NOVEMBER
COMPUTER CLASSES


Sign up begins Thursday, September 1
Stop by the Reference Desk or call 837-3449 to register. 
Classes take place in the Library Computer Lab on the lower level.
They are free of charge.

COMPUTER BASICS:  WEB SEARCH STRATEGIES
Thursday, September 29 at 10 am
     Class is full
Practice Internet searching and learn ways to identify reputable general and medical information on the World Wide Web.

INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT PUBLISHER
Tuesday, October 4 at 10 am

Learn to create, save and print signs and other basic desktop publishing documents.

CODING BOOT CAMP:  HTML5
Wednesday, October 5 at 6:30 pm

Learn the basic language of webpage design.  We’ll cover how to make a webpage, how to format text, and how to link pages to build a website.  
*Open to ages 13 and older.

LIBRARY RESOURCES FOR READERS AND LEARNERS
Thursday, October 6 at 10 am

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to find any library materials, get the best reading recommendations, become a more aware consumer, learn to fix your car, speak a foreign language, or master Shaolin Kung-Fu* this class is for you.
*We will not be mastering Shaolin Kung-Fu in this class, but we can show you how to find resources on it.

DOING MORE WITH MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
Tuesday, October 11 at 10 am

Learn about using photos, setting up a slideshow, and creating posters, flyers and other documents in this versatile program.

CODING BOOT CAMP:  CSS
Wednesday, October 12 at 6:30 pm

Learn how to make webpages visually appealing and functionally navigable.  
We’ll cover basic web graphics, formatting, and menu construction. 
*Open to ages 13 and older.  Must have taken HTML5 or be knowledgeable of HTML5.

USING REFERENCE USA FOR BUSINESS
Thursday, October 13 at 10 am

Reference USA can be used to locate individual people but also to identify potential business locations, customers, and competitors.  Learn what this tool is capable of helping you accomplish.

DOING MORE WITH MICROSOFT WORD: PHOTOS AND FONTS
Tuesday, October 18 at 10 am

Make your Microsoft Word documents more attractive and useful by adding illustrations! Use WordArt, graphics, symbols, borders & color to liven up your documents. 

CODING BOOT CAMP:  JAVA
Wednesday, October 19 at 6:30pm

Learn how to make webpages functional.  We’ll cover basic animation, interactive content, and web forms.  
*Open to ages 13 and older.  Must have taken HTML5.  CSS strongly recommended.

DOING MORE WITH MICROSOFT WORD: USING TABLES
Tuesday, October 25 at 10 am

Information in Word can be organized in table grids to make it more readable.  Learn how to create, edit, and change the appearance of tables in Word.

DOING MORE WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL
Tuesday, November 1 at 10 am

Learn about using charts and graphs, conditional formulas, and pivot tables in Excel.

COMPUTER BASICS:  USING THE MOUSE AND BASIC INTERNET
Thursday, November 3 at 10 am 

Trying to catch up in the computer world?  Start by learning how to use a computer mouse, access the Internet, go to a website, and use a search engine.

COMPUTER BASICS:  INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS 10
Thursday, November 10 at 10 am

Learn about your Windows 10 operating system:  how to turn your computer on and off; locate files; install a printer; and use Cortana, the Windows personal assistant.
 
DOING MORE WITH MICROSOFT WORD: MAIL MERGE
Tuesday, November 15 at 10 am

Learn how to print labels and envelopes and create a mailing list using Word.

COMPUTER BASICS:  FILES AND FOLDERS
 
Thursday, November 17 at 10 am

Learn how to create and organize a structure for saving and locating computer files.
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Tablet One to One Help

Wednesday, November 9
Wednesday, November 16

2-4 pm in the Computer Lab 
Tablet beginners, sign up for a half an hour time slot to work one to one with a librarian. 
Registration is required, beginning September 1.
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