This class offers beginning and hands-on training on the basic components of computers, using the keyboard and the mouse, navigating in Windows, and beginning Internet browsing.
Handout: Computer Comfort (PDF format/259K)
Tired of wandering through thousands of sites every time you surf the Web? Let the pros teach you how to use subject directories and search engines to search more easily and effectively. Computer Comfort class is strongly recommended before taking this class if you are new to computers.
Handout: Internet Searching (PDF format/172K)
Answer Cache: Databases for All
Magazine articles at your fingertips! And more-much more, available through library licensed databases easily searchable with just a library card. Looking for a topic? Quickly retrieve articles about it from journals, newspapers, and reference books right online. This class will introduce you to the world of "Databases, " to enable you to expertly find information on topics from Art to Car repair to Novels to Zoology.
Social Media - What is it and why should I care?
Social media has so many platforms these days it's tough to know which ones are useful - and which ones aren't. This class will help determine which applications fit in with your life, and how to manage your time on them. No registration required.
Basics for Personal Use
Learn about social media using Facebook, the world's largest social networking website, with over 1 billion users. You will learn the essentials that you will need to connect and reconnect with friends and family all over the world.
Beyond Basics for Personal Use
You know how to request friends, share pictures, and make status updates on Facebook. Are you ready to go the next level and get the most out of your Facebook account? In the class, you will learn how to use Facebook features to find a level of privacy and security that's right for you. We will also learn how to manage groups, photographs, likes, and friend lists.