Computer and Technology Classes


Tablet Day | Morning Tech Classes | Evening Tech Classes | Tech with Toast | Make an appointment


Tablet Day: December 29

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Learn how to setup your new tablet at this hands-on event! Tech Librarians Kathryn Green and Liz Strauss will walk you through the entire setup process, from opening the box to device registration to using the touch screen and downloading your first app.

Registration is required for this event.

iPads: 10:00 – 11:30 AM

Android Tablets: 1:30 – 3:00 PM

Kindles: 3:30 – 5:00 PM

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Tech Classes are available at a new time!

Registration Required.

Thursdays @ 10:00 AM:

How to check out eBooks – September 8:maxresdefault Learn how to download and use free apps to check out library books, movies, and more in this hands-on class. Bring your own smartphone or tablet, or ask about checking out a library Kindle! Your device should be setup before this class.

Computer Basics #1 – September 29: Little to no computer experience? This class will cover basics including how to use the mouse and keyboard and some basic Windows navigation.

Computer Basics #2 – October 6: This follow-up class will cover additional Windows navigation, including managing files and folders, copy and paste, and web surfing basics. You must know how to use a mouse and keyboard before the class begins.

Computer Basics #3 – October 13: This final class will cover Internet safety, using email, and more. You must know how to use a mouse and keyboard and have an email address before the class begins (come a little early to setup your email!)

Windows 10 – November 10: This class will provide an interactive introduction to the latest Windows, including basic navigation, Cortana, and customizing the start menu. You must know how to use a mouse and keyboard before this class.

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Have your own laptop? Feel free to bring it to any computer class to learn on your own device!


Evening Classes are still available!

Registration Required.

Tuesdays @ 6:30 PM:

classeslogoInstagram 101 – September 20: Learn how to make the most of your smartphone photos with Instagram! This class will cover basics, like applying filters, photo editing, and sharing photos. Please download the app and create an account before class.

Google Drive 101 – October 18: Learn to create, save, and share documents, spreadsheets, pictures, and more in this interactive class! You must know how to use a mouse and keyboard and have a Google (gmail) account before class begins.

Get Your Resume Right – November 15: Join Cherie Bronkar from Kent State Tuscarawas for this interactive class on preparing and formatting your resume. Please bring a written or saved typed copy of your resume to this class. Basic computer skills required.

Windows 10 – November 29: This class will provide an interactive introduction to the latest Windows, including basic navigation, Cortana, and customizing the start menu. You must know how to use a mouse and keyboard before the class begins.

Last Minute Christmas Shopping…Online – December 6: Join us for this interactive session on how to use online shopping sites like Amazon and Etsy to finish up your holiday shopping! You must be able to access your email before the class begins.

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Have your own laptop? Feel free to bring it to any computer class to learn on your own device!


TechwithToast

Join us at 9:30 on Saturday mornings for a fun new lecture series…and free breakfast!

Tech with Toast is a new lecture series on Technology. Come in for a light breakfast and coffee, and hear about some of the cool things technology can do. Registration is encouraged but not required.

What is a computer virus – September 17: Tim Liversage from Schneider Computer Technologies will discuss computer viruses, malware, and spyware, and how you can protect yourself.

What is “The Cloud?” – October 15: Tim Liversage is back for a discussion of cloud-based technologies and what they can do for you.

Black Friday…Online! – November 26: Tech Librarian Kathryn Green will discuss how to find and make the most of online deals during the busiest shopping weekend of the year.

Mobile Photography – December 17: Teen Librarian Liz Strauss will share basic photography tips and demonstrate free photo editing apps and programs.

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Don’t see what your looking for, or can’t make it to, the scheduled classes below? Call 330-343-6123 to setup a one-on-one appointment with a Tech Librarian! Call 330-343-6123 to schedule your one-on-one tech session today!

 

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 What Would You Like To Learn?

Have a tech question or need some advice? We can help you with your computers, eReaders, and more! From getting you signed up with one of our digital collections like the Ohio Digital Library to learning how to make your own pamphlets with Microsoft Publisher to updating your profile on Facebook, our friendly Tech Librarians are here to help! What would you like to learn? Give us a call at 330-343-6123 to talk to a Tech Librarian or fill out the form below to suggest a class or request one-on-one tech training!

 

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