Our Computer Lab will be open for any questions you may have about your computer or electronic devices. Problems with your iPhone? iPad app questions? Android device concerns? We will be here to help you.
This class will introduce you to some basic features on your iPad/iPhone and some popular apps to get you started. Learn how to download apps, close apps, change settings, and more. Please be sure your device is charged and you know your passwords.
A free online alternative to Microsoft Office, Google Drive offers access to Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more with free cloud storage. An active Google account is required. Please see a Reference Librarian if you need assistance setting up an account.
Reading and sending emails, plus attaching and opening attached files are explained using a free email account from Google. The class is suited to those who do not currently have an email account and are interested in creating one. Prior experience with using the Internet is preferred.
The focus will be on various search engines, and how to become a better Internet searcher. Prior experience with using the Internet is preferred but not necessary.
Learn the basics of the computer and common desktop elements including the power button, Start menu, windows, and files. There will be a short introduction on the functions of the mouse and keyboard.
This demonstration class will introduce you to basic cyber security. Learn tips and tricks on how to keep your device safe. Demonstration only.
In the Cloud? What? Learn about four of the major electronic storage applications available through Apple, google, Microsoft, and Amazon. We will investigate some of the basic terminology, usage, and benefits to using these products on your electronic devices.