January, March, April
Computer Basics using Windows 7 - Getting Started (Part I)
January 29 (Wednesday) - 3:00 – 6:00 PM
Learn to navigate Windows 7 and use programs provided; including
saving and printing. Class is intended for new computer users.
Computer Basics using Windows 7 - Internet (Part II)
February 5 (Wednesday) - 3:00 – 6:00 PM
A continuation of Level I. Introduction to the Internet
including how to safely and securely access the a website and
how to find information using search engines. Class is intended
for new computer users.
Computer Basics using Windows 7 - Email (Part III)
February 12 (Wednesday) - 3:00 – 6:00 PM
Learn to send and reply to email messages, attach files and
download attachments. Class is intended for new computer users.
Organizing with Windows 7 Libraries* (Part I & II)
February 19 & 26 (Wednesdays) - 3:00 – 6:00 PM
Organize and find your files quickly using the Libraries feature
in Windows 7. Learn to copy, move and delete files on your
computer using local and flash drives. Discover how to arrange,
categorize, and tag your pictures and much more! Class is
intended for computer users already familiar with computer
Cloud Computing - What is it and How to Use it?
March 5 (Wednesday) - 3:00 – 6:00 PM
In this class you will learn what cloud computing is, how it
works, and both the pros and cons of this system. By using cloud
computing, you can gain access at any time through any device,
via the Internet, to data and files which you have uploaded, or
to software applications which you need to use for personal or
professional use. With the phrase ‘cloud computing’ being used
more and more today, it is important for computer users to
understand what it is all about. This course is an ideal way to
learn more about it and what services it offers. Class is
intended experienced computer users.
Getting to Know Your iPad Series
January 30 & February 13 (Thursdays) - 1:00 – 4:00 PM
This two part class is designed to teach you how to use your
iPad. We will begin with the essentials: such as how to adjust
your settings, set your alarm, create a reminder, send an
iMessage, setup an appointment, take a photograph, download an
app, and charge the battery. You will also discover
intermediate features such as organize your screens, group your
apps, navigate iTunes and sync your device with your computer or
the iCloud. Then discover more advanced features such as
efficient app searches; how to set restrictions; the best
accessories and hardware for your iPad; tips and tricks that
will assist you in becoming more proficient and hands-on
practice with a variety of apps. Bring your iPad
(including USB Dock Connector/Charger) along with your Apple ID
and password and join us!
Open Lab: Ask a TechnoLibrarian
February 6 & March 6 (Thursdays) - 1:00 – 6:00 PM
Are you stuck on a software-related project or simply need help
getting started with computers? Did you get a new toy over the
holidays but aren’t quite sure what to do with it now? Let us
help! Carly Peary, a librarian with the Wilderness Coast Public
Libraries system will be available to assist you in this open
format computer camp. Please feel free to bring your questions
and your own device or use one of the library’s computers. Call
the library to reserve your 1/2 hr. appointment. Walk-in may be
schedule between scheduled patrons.
February 20 & 27 (Thursdays) - 1:00 – 4:00 PM
In this class you will learn a basic understanding of a digital
camera from operating tips to maintenance and take a walk-a-bout
to practice! Learn how to download pictures from your camera and
save them on your computer then organize them into folders.
Using an online FREE Photo Editing program you will learn how to
do basic photo editing and enhancements. Students will need to
bring their digital camera and USB cord to class.