Thursdays, September 7 – November 16, 10:30am-12pm
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 342-1130.
|9/7/2017||Overdrive: E-books and Audiobooks||Learn how to check out free e-books and audiobooks through the library. If you have a tablet or smart phone, please bring it with you.|
|9/14/2017||Computer Basics||Learn some terminology, practice mouse skills, and discuss criteria for purchasing a computer.|
|9/21/2017||Internet Basics||Learn how to get around on the World Wide Web and how to do searches that find what you’re looking for.|
|9/28/2017||Tablet & Smart Phone Basics||Learn about the basic care and feeding of app-based devices
including iPads, Androids, Kindles, and smartphones. Please bring your tablet or smart phone with you.
|10/5/2017||E-Mail for Beginners||We’ll use Gmail to demonstrate how to send and reply to messages and how to stay safe online.|
|10/12/2017||Microsoft Word||Learn how to use this common software for writing letters and documents of all kinds.|
|10/19/2017||Microsoft Excel||Learn how to use this software for getting organized, making budgets, and tracking and analyzing information.|
|10/26/2017||Microsoft Power Point||Learn how to make eye-catching slide presentations that are quick and effective.|
|11/2/2017||Google Drive||Learn how to use this free tool to store information securely in the cloud and share and collaborate on documents and projects|
|11/9/2017||SHARE Catalog||Learn how to look up books at Burlington Library and place reservations from four counties and across the state.|
|11/16/2017||Learn how to use this popular social media tool to stay connected with friends and family using your computer, tablet, or smartphone.|