Tech Class Thursdays

Thursdays, July 12 – August 30, 2pm-3:30pm
These free classes are designed to provide an immersive experience
for the beginner while also providing some useful hints for the more
experienced user. Space is limited to only six computers, so
registration is preferred, but walk-ins are welcome if space is
available. Register here or by phone at

Date Topic          Description
July 12 Tablet
& Smart Phone Basics
Learn about the basic care and feeding of app-based devices including iPads, Androids, Kindles, and smartphones.
July 19 Getting Started with E-Mail We will work on setting up a free web-based e-mail account and learn how to write and reply to new messages.
July 26 Getting Around on the Internet Learn how to get around on the World Wide Web and how to do searches that find what you’re looking for.
August 2 Finding FREE Books, E-Books, & More  Learn how to get free electronic content for your phone or computer through Overdrive, and how to make maximum use of the Library Catalog.
August 9 3-D Printing for Beginners We’ll learn the easy way to use this exciting technology to create an array of plastic designs with just the push of a button.
August 16 Cutting the Cable TV Cord Tired of paying too much for cable? Learn about how to get lower-cost streaming services like Netflix and Hulu on your own television.
August 23 Organizing Files and Photos with Google Drive Learn how to store files in this cloud-based service and use it for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations.
August 30 What is Coding?  Computers run on code. But what is it? In this interactive, hands-on class, we’ll use Hour of Code curriculum to learn the fundamentals of how Code works and what we can do with it.

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