Computer and Technology Classes


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Thursday Morning Tech Classes

Registration Required: Please Call the Tech Desk at 330-343-6123

Thursdays @ 10:00 AM:

Keyboarding: October 19
Get started teaching yourself how to type at this hands-on class. Then learn basic word processing techniques that will help you use Word, Google Docs, WordPad, and other word processors. Participants must know how to use a mouse and keyboard before class begins.

Resumes from Scratch: October 26
Learn how to format a simple resume without using a template. Participants must know how to use a mouse and keyboard and be comfortable with word processing programs before class begins.

Computer Basics #1: November 9
Do you have 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: November 16
This follow-up class will cover additional Windows navigation, including managing files and folders, internet safety, and web surfing basics. You must know how to use a  mouse and keyboard before the class begins.

Computer Basics #3: November 30
This final class will cover copy and paste, using email, and more. You must know how to use a mouse and keyboard, and have an email address 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!


Wednesday Evening Tech Classes

Registration Required: Please Call the Tech Desk at 330-343-6123

Wednesdays @ 6:30 PM:

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Cloud Computing with Google: September 27
Learn how to use your Gmail account to post videos, create a blog, store files, and more. Participants must have access to their own Gmail account before class begins. If you need to set up a new Gmail account, please come in at 6:00 PM on the class date.

Excel Basics: October 11
New to Excel? Learn to create spreadsheets at this hands-on class. Participants must know how to use a mouse and keyboard before class begins.

Excel Advanced: October 18
See samples of calendars, budgets, and planners made with the spreadsheet program and learn advanced data functions. Participants should be familiar with Excel or other spreadsheet programs before class begins.

Photo Editing with PhotoScape: November 8
Learn basic photo editing techniques using the free photo editor: PhotoScape. Participants must know how to use a mouse and keyboard before class begins. The class will also cover moving photos from a camera to your computer. If bringing a camera, participants are asked to bring their cords or a card reader.

Video Editing with Shotcut: November 15
Learn basic video editing techniques using the free video editor: Shotcut. Participants must know how to use a mouse and keyboard before 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!


B.Y.T.E

Build Your Own Technology Experience

Saturdays at 9:30 AM

Looking to grow your business or start a new one? Network with other local business owners and learn how to use technology to help your business at Dover Public Library with free classes, presented by Tim Liversage of Top Mark Solutions. Visit Tim on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/topmarksolutions.

Twitter, Instagram, & Snapchat: September 23
Learn how to use these popular social media websites and apps to promote your business and reach your customers.

Google: October 21
Learn how to get the most from your Google business listing and how to best use Google’s cloud computing applications for your business.

Create Your Own Christmas Marketing Campaign: November 18
Learn how to create the content and engage customers leading up to the busiest season of the year: Christmas.

Please call the Library at 330-343-6123 to register.

 

 

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One-on-One Assistance

Don’t see what your looking for, or can’t make it to, the scheduled classes? 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! 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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