Building on the skills learned in WordPress.com I, students will learn how to use WordPress to create a more robust and customized website. We will explore creating pages, static homepages, custom menus, and integrating social media. You must have a WordPress.com account to attend. Attending the WordPress.com I class first is highly recommended. Note: this class strictly covers WordPress.com, not WordPress.org. We also offer WordPress.org classes.
Business & Employment
Learn how to use WordPress.com to create your own Wordpress blog or basic website. We will get to know the Dashboard, make new posts, add photos, links, manage comments, customize the site’s appearance with themes, and use tags and categories. Please sign up for a free account at WordPress.com before coming to class. Note: this class strictly covers WordPress.com, not WordPress.org. We also offer WordPress.org classes.
Do more with Excel using Visual Basic!
Class I Learn how macros are recorded and how we can make edits to make macros more efficient!
Class II Learn how to use common programming tools like loops and variables to increase the functionality of VBA.
Class III Learn how to run a script automatically when you open a workbook or worksheet. Discover debugging tools to find and correct errors. Learn how to find code you don't already know!
This class will help job seekers decide whether to invest in more intensive QuickBooks classes. Business owners can find out if QuickBooks is right for them. Get an overview of the 2013 desktop version, practice basic navigation, and create a sample business file.
Building on the project and skills acquired in HTML & CSS I-IV, this two part class will cover advanced HTML and CSS features, notably creating a responsive website that adapts to different screen sizes. Knowledge of basic HTML and CSS is required, and attending the HTML & CSS I-IV classes is highly recommended.
Python is a general-purpose programming language that’s used for web development, task automation, data analysis, and a wide-range of software development. It’s a highly desirable skill and a great place to start programming. Over the four classes, we’ll cover fundamental concepts like variables, conditionals, loops, functions, dictionaries, classes, objects, and more. No previous programming experience required, but you need to have intermediate computer skills to attend.
Microsoft Word can automate creating labels, personalizing letters, and even managing things like seating charts! Join us to learn how to get the most out of mail merge by using the wizard or even creating a document from scratch! Intermediate Word skills required.
Microsoft Word has many tools that make working on long documents a snap! Join us as we explore styles, headers & footers, image manipulation and more! Basic Word skills required.
Take your skills with Google Drive to the next level. Learn about Drive's collaborative tools and how you can save and edit MS Word documents.
Learn how to use Microsoft Access 2013 to create and manage databases. This is a three part class.
Microsoft Access I: Learn how to use Microsoft Access to create and manage databases. In part one of this three-part series, we will: learn the difference between a flat file and a relational database; understand the process of designing a database; learn to navigate the Access workspace; create new databases and tables; learn how to import data from external sources; and learn how to establish relationships between tables.