August & September Class Schedule
Intro to Windows 8 Series (Total of 2 Classes) - NEW!
August 5 & 12 (Tuesdays) - 2:00 – 4:00 PM
Did you recently buy a new computer and are feeling
frustrated with the new look? This class will help you adjust to
all the changes and feel at ease and productive with your new
computer. Class is intended for computer users already familiar
with windows basics. Attendees must bring a Windows 8 laptop to
participate or you may attend the class and watch as the
instructor demonstrates live on the screen.
Excel for Genealogist - NEW!
August 19 (Tuesday) - 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Excel is for more than your finances. Learn to use Excel
to organize and document your research. Discover unique ways to
calculate genealogical data and display it graphically. Plus
tips and trick to help you become proficient. Students attending
should have some familiarly with Excel.
iPad Basics Series (Total of 3 Classes)
August 19, 26 & September 2 (Tuesdays) - 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
This three part class is designed to teach you iPad
basics. You will learn how to adjust your settings, set your
alarm, create a reminder, send an iMessage, setup an
appointment, take a photograph, charge the battery, and more.
Bring your iPad (including USB Dock Connector/Charger) along
with your Apple ID and password and join us!
Microsoft Word 2010* - (Total of 2 Classes)
August 26 & September 2 (Tuesdays) - 1:30 – 3:30 PM
You will learn to create, edit, save and print documents
in Microsoft Word. Discover features such as: Spelling &
Grammar, Auto Correct/Text, Find/Replace, etc. Also advanced
formatting and printing features as well as other tips and
tricks to become more productive.
iPad Beyond the Basics Series (Cont. from iPad Basics
Series - A Total of 2 Classes)
September 16 & 23 (Tuesdays) - 9:30 – 12:30 PM
We will review features learned in iPad Basics as well
as download an apps, 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. Bring your
iPad (including USB Dock Connector/Charger) along with your
Apple ID and password and join us!
Bringing Your Ancestors to Life using Google Maps - NEW!
September 23 (Tuesday) - 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Maps are an essential when researching your family. Join us
to discover how to apply the NEW Google Maps in your research
process. Google users will need to know their email and
Note: Classes above will be held in the
Computer Lab and will be taught live by instructor Deanna Ramsey
via remote using the Smart Board.