Fall Computer classes
Back by popular demand, the computer basics series covers everything from turning on your computer to using a mouse to email and more. Know someone with little to no computer experience? With two opportunities to participate this fall, these free classes are a great place to start!
Computer Basics #1 – September 15/November 3
Have little to no computer experience? This class will cover computer basics including using the mouse and keyboard, basic Windows navigation, and some common applications. No computer experience is required. Registration required.
Computer Basics #2 – September 22/November 10
This follow-up class will cover surfing the Web, basic Internet safety, and setting up and using an email account. You must know how to use a keyboard and mouse before the class begins.* Registration required
Computer Basics #3 – September 29/November 17
Move beyond the basics in this class, which will cover using a flash drive, emailing an attachment, and filling out forms online. You must know how to use a keyboard and mouse and have an email account before the class begins.* Registration Required
Microsoft Publisher Series
Microsoft Publisher 101 – October 6
Learn the basics of Microsoft Publisher at this hands-on class. Learn to add pictures, text, and more. Participants should have a basic knowledge of computers before the class begins. * Registration Required
Microsoft Publisher Pamphlets – October 13
Discover more in Microsoft Publisher. Learn to download a template and make your very own pamphlet. Participants should have a basic knowledge of computers and Microsoft Offics before the class begins.* Registration Required
First Look: Windows 10 – December 1
Thinking about upgrading to the newest Windows? This class will cover features of the new OS (operating system) and some basic navigation. A Q & A session will also be included. Registration Required.
Minecraft 2.0 – Saturday, October 17, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m
Come to the library for a Minecraft Party! We’ll play together on a local server, and pizza and pop will be provided! Youths in grades 6 to 12 are invited to this after-hours library event. Due to limited space, kids with laptops or tablets are encouraged to bring their devices with them. Don’t forget your Minecraft account details! Registration with parental permission is required.
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 Zinio 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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