Do you have a bunch of photos on your phone that you're not sure what to do with? Why and how we take photos -- and the type of phone we use -- can affect how we choose to edit and store them. And whether you plan to print, create digital slideshows, publish photo books, or post to social media, you'll need to backup and organize your photos. Each student will leave class with a personal photo management plan.
Whether you're headed to Gunnison, Paris, or Playa del Carmen, you probably have questions about how to book flights, explore destinations and plan activities online. Bring your questions -- we can help!
In the first class we'll cover variables, expressions, and functions. Students need to have intermediate computer skills and some understanding of HTML and CSS to attend.
In class two of the series, we'll cover loops and arrays. No previous programming experience required, but you need to have intermediate computer skills and a basic understanding of HTML and CSS to attend.
Building on the skills learned in WordPress 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 or have already installed WordPress to attend. Attending the WordPress I class first is highly recommended.
Learn how to use WordPress to create your own blog or basic website. We will get to know the WP Admin Dashboard, make new posts, add photos, links, and videos, manage comments, customize the site’s appearance with themes, and use tags and categories. Please sign up for a free account at wordpress.com or have WordPress installed before coming to class.
Need to fix the red eyes in a favorite photo? Want to add some balloons and text to a birthday pic? Want to give your photos a vintage look? Learn how to do all that and more using free, online photo editing services like Pixlr and Photoshop Express!
In this quick class, learn about ways you can store your photos online - both free and paid. We'll explore Google Drive, Flickr, and other options that let you back up your photos and have access to them from anywhere!