Learn the basics of the Internet: terminology, navigation, browser options, and some sites of interest. Prior experience using a mouse is preferred.
What kind of typist are you-- hunt and peck? Or do you just want to become more proficient? This class will introduce you to the basics of touch typing by stressing proper keying position and technique. Free online practice sites will also be discussed.
Follow along as a library staff member walks you through the electronic borrowing search and download process. Borrowing eBooks through Overdrive or the new Axis 360 collection and magazines using Zinio will be demonstrated. Be sure to bring your library card and eReader with you. Patrons with Kindle devices should bring their Amazon sign-in ID and password.
Learn how to design print materials with this desktop publishing application. The program can be used to make signs, brochures, newsletters and more.
Learn the basics of Microsoft Excel 2007, how spreadsheets work and how to enter data & formulas to calculate results. Attendance at Word Basics & Editing or prior experience with Microsoft Word is preferred.
Learn how to work with tables, bulleted lists, headers/footers, shading and graphics. Attendance at Word Basics & Editing or prior experience with Microsoft Word (any version) is preferred.
Become familiar with Word through an overview of this program and its functions. Learn the basics of word processing, how to copy & paste, cut & paste, insert date, time, and page numbers, plus how to format a document and use templates. Attendance at Windows Basics or prior experience with Windows is preferred.
The basics of reading and sending emails as well as how to attach and open attached files will be explained using a free email account from Yahoo!. This class is especially suited to those who do not currently have an email account and are interested in creating one. Attendance at Internet Basics or prior experience with using the Internet is preferred.
Learn the basics of the Internet: terminology, navigation, browser options,and some sites of interest. Prior experience with using a mouse is preferred.