Computer Class Descriptions
Feeling lost in the growing world of online resources and electronics? The Library offers a wide array of technology classes to help you gain the skills that you need to succeed. Our computer classes are FREE and open to the public!
AXIS 360 WORKSHOP
This workshop includes an introduction to the Library’s FREE eBook resource, Axis 360. Checkout and download full color eBooks to your computer, laptop, or tablet. Axis 360 is compatible with Windows (XP, Vista, and 7), iPad, iPhone, and Android operating systems.
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER USE AND THE INTERNET
New to computers and the internet? Let us help. This beginning class will help students learn the basics, such as turning a computer on and off, using a mouse and keyboard, and how to navigate in the World Wide Web.
INTRODUCTION TO EMAIL
Snail mail too slow for you? In this class we can help you set up an email account, send messages and photos to friends and family, and manage the people on your contact list so you can always keep in touch with them.
INTRODUCTION TO eMEDIA AND eBOOKS
Just got a Nook or Kindle but don’t have anything on it? In this class, we can help you learn about the different formats of eBooks and eAudiobooks and show you how to search for the latest James Patterson novel, download it, and transfer it onto your device.
INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL
This class introduces the basics of spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel software. Learn to enter, edit, copy, delete, and move data; format numbers and text; change, insert, delete, and sort columns and rows.
INTRODUCTION TO FACEBOOK
Ready to join the world of social media? The Library can help! We’ll show you how to create a Facebook account, set up your profile, and “friend” people so that you can stay connected with them. Make sure you have an email account before you come to the class. Due to Facebook’s age restrictions, this class is for students 13-years-old and up.
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH INFORMATION ONLINE
Learn how to find consumer health information online, including hospital information, doctor’s credentials, alternative treatments, drug side effects, and how to evaluate medical websites.
INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET
Come to this class to learn how to navigate through the internet, find information that you can trust, and learn the difference between Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.
INTRODUCTION TO KSL CLASSIFIEDS
KSL’s internet classifieds is a place where you can buy or sell items, or look for homes, jobs, or automobiles. Make sure you have an email account before you come to the class.
INTRODUCTION TO MANGO LANGUAGES
Learning a new language has never been so fun! In this class, we will introduce you to the Mango Languages database which can help you learn Arabic, Chinese, French, German, or Spanish. There’s also an option for those who want to learn English as a Second Language.
INTRODUCTION TO WORD 2007
This class will help you learn how to use document creation software so you can create your own resume, letter, or that prize-winning novel you’ve been meaning to start. Participants will learn basic word processing functions, including opening and saving files, and cutting and pasting.
INTRODUCTION TO WRITING RESUMES
If you need help creating or editing a resume, this is the class for you. We’ll show you what programs are available to use, the most professional formats, and what information you should include.
Download eBooks and eAudiobooks to your smart phone! This workshop includes a general introduction to the Library’s FREE eBook resources, demonstration of the downloading process, and an interactive question and answer period. Don’t forget your iPhone!
This workshop includes a general introduction to the Library’s FREE eBook resources, demonstration of the downloading process, and an interactive question and answer period. Don’t forget your Kindle!
Learn how to operate your MacBook, use the Safari browser, connect to wireless networks, and become familiar with basic components. Bring your MacBook and participate in an interactive question and answer period.
This workshop includes a general introduction to the Library’s FREE eBook resources, demonstration of the downloading process, and an interactive question and answer period. Don’t forget your Nook!