You will learn how to power the computer on and off, use a mouse, highlight and select, minimize and maximize your screen, perform basic word processing, work with Microsoft Word documents, use tool bars to change font, text size and color, cut and paste, save documents, navigate the Internet, create an email account, and much more. After the class, you can stay for open lab, where you can practice what you have just learned. Classes are free and no registration is required.
Whether you are shopping for a gift or just getting a new gadget for yourself, you need to know which device is right for you. Come in with questions or just listen, as we talk about the pros and cons of different eReaders, tablets and smartphones.
Wondering why people spend so much time logged in to Facebook? Don't know the difference between a "tweet" and a "pin?" We'll provide participants with a broad understanding of what social networking is and the benefits and potential disadvantages of using this popular communication medium. Question & answer session to follow demonstration.
Large Classroom, Community Technology Center - Level 4
Ever wondered what the inside of your computer looked like? Have you heard terms like "RAM" and "Hard Drive" bandied about but you don't know what they mean? Come check out the inside of one of our computers and learn what makes up the hardware of a computer.
Small Classroom, Community Technology Center - Level 4
113 million people visit online dating sites each month, so why not give it a try? Get tips on how to post a personal profile that stands out, how to find the right site for you, online dating etiquette and more!