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Learn the basics of buying and selling on eBay, including opening an account, finding items, and placing bids.
In this class, students will learn to create and edit dynamic formulas using tools like logical (IF) functions, arrays, conditional formatting, data validation, and more.
Learn about word processing and the basics of dealing with Windows.
Learn the basics of creating and organizing a presentation in PowerPoint.
New to Microsoft Word? Learn how to create and save files, format and edit documents, and more.
Extending on the basic skills learned in Using PowerPoint, this class will teach students to make their slideshows more dynamic and complex.
Explore entertainment options beyond paying for cable. We will discuss how to connect your TV or other devices to streaming services, what options are out there, and how to determine what's right for you.
We'll explore browsing the web, email questions and concerns, the cloud, and avoiding viruses.
Learn practical and inexpensive ways to protect your computer against data loss, virus infection, and online scams.
Learn how to install and manage your apps, customize your phone using settings and widgets installations, use Google tools, and much more!
Get familiar with tablets and smartphones. Bring your own device, or borrow one of the library's iPads.
Learn the basics of Microsoft Access, such as creating tables, queries, forms, and reports.
Students will learn more about their Android phones, including account syncing, connections to the cloud, managing their files, pay by phone, and beyond.
This class will provide a basic understanding of how to use Windows©. Topics such as using the desktop, settings, manipulating windows, understanding files, and installing new programs will be covered. This class will also discuss the visual changes associated with Windows 10.
Google provides a number of free cloud applications perfect for safe storage or collaboration with friends, family, or colleagues. Learn the basics of working with these tools to create, edit, and share documents.
Have some old tapes you’d like to be able to watch on a DVD player or share online? Students will learn to use library equipment to digitize VHS tapes and prepare them for modern viewing. Techniques from basic recording to more advanced tricks like chapter creation will be covered.
Learn to download and run apps, organize your icons, configure your settings, find and use your pictures, play your music, synchronize your phone with other devices, and much more.
A friendly introduction to computer topics aimed at senior citizens. Lots of guided hands on practice and time for questions. In this session we’ll learn about word processing and the basics of dealing with Windows.
This course will examine the problems caused to computers by Viruses, Spy-Ware, Pop-Ups, and other malicious programs; while discussing ways to avoid and remove them if necessary.
This class will cover the basic concepts creating and using spreadsheets. Formatting, designing, and sorting spreadsheets will be discussed along with the first steps towards creating formulas and using functions.
In this course we’ll learn how to create basic web pages using HTML code. We will cover basic topics like inserting text, links, pictures, and background colors; as well as more advanced design topics, as time allows. While the library does not provide a location on the internet for students to post their web page, they will learn the skills required to develop one. This class is intended to be introductory but some internet experience may help to understand topics discussed.
This class covers more advanced topics in Excel such as formulas, graphs and linking between multiple worksheets.
A friendly introduction to computer topics aimed at senior citizens. Lots of guided hands on practice and time for questions. In this session we’ll talk about Internet topics. Browsing the web, email questions and concerns, how the cloud works and how to avoid viruses.
This class will provide a deeper investigation of formulas, graphs, and formatting techniques, as well as examining other functions provided by Excel.
A friendly introduction to computer topics aimed at senior citizens. Lots of guided hands on practice and time for questions. In this session we’ll be learning about tablets and smart phones. Students will be provided iPads or they are welcome to work on their own devices.
This class will pick up where Designing Web Pages With HTML left off. It will teach students how to acquire web space online, transfer their files to the Internet, weave together multiple pages to make their web sites more efficient and easier to understand, and cover more advanced HTML topics more thoroughly.
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