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Computer Classes & Tutoring
Classes & Tutoring

The library offers Computer Literacy & Advancement Classes are taught year round in Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. The Fall & Spring semesters consist of the 8 course Computer Literacy series with classes on computer basics, internet basics, Microsoft Word & Excel, resume writing, and job searching. The fall and spring semesters are for beginner to intermediate level students. The Summer semester consists of the 5 course Living in the Online World series with classes on Microsoft PowerPoint, keyboarding, iPad basics, cloud computing, and tech savvy tips. The summer semester is for intermediate to advanced students. To register please visit or call the information desk @ 972.230.9661. For a listing of all classes offered and descriptions click here.

Morning Computer Classes

Wednesdays-Thursdays
10am-12pm

Beginning Computer Basics (Aug 6-7)

A two day course designed to familiarize students that are new to computers with basic concepts including terminology, hardware, software, input and output devices, Windows Operating System, and the desktop.

Intermediate Computer Basics (Aug 13-14)

A two day course designed to build on the Beginning Computer Basic Class. Learn about file management, the start menu, navigating Windows Explorer, and the Control Panel.

Internet I: Internet Basics & Online Security (Aug 20-21)

A two day course designed to familiarize students with web browser basics, search engines, search strategies, and online security. Students will learn how to keep their information and their computer secure and safe.

Internet II: Email Basics & Social Networking (Aug 27-28)

A two day course designed to introduce students to email and social media. Students will learn how to register for an email account, navigate an email interface, compose, send and receive messages, manage a contact list, and upload and download attachments. This course will also provide a brief overview of the social networking site, Facebook.

 

Evening Computer Classes

Mondays-Tuesdays
5:30pm-7:30pm

Beginning Computer Basics (Aug 4-5)

A two day course designed to familiarize students that are new to computers with basic concepts including terminology, hardware, software, input and output devices, Windows Operating System, and the desktop.

Intermediate Computer Basics (Aug 11-12)

A two day course designed to build on the Beginning Computer Basic Class. Learn about file management, the start menu, navigating Windows Explorer, and the Control Panel.

Internet I: Internet Basics & Online Security (Aug 18-19)

A two day course designed to familiarize students with web browser basics, search engines, search strategies, and online security. Students will learn how to keep their information and their computer secure and safe.

Internet II: Email Basics & Social Networking (Aug 25-26)

A two day course designed to introduce students to email and social media. Students will learn how to register for an email account, navigate an email interface, compose, send and receive messages, manage a contact list, and upload and download attachments. This course will also provide a brief overview of the social networking site, Facebook.

Technology Tutoring
The library offers afternoon individual technology tutoring sessions. Need help with your resume? Trouble applying for jobs? Problems with your email? Want to know more about your tablet or phone? We will help you learn how to use YOUR computer, do something new or extend your knowledge with our friendly expert guidance. Anything you need help with can be a tutoring session. You are free to bring your laptop from home or use one of our desktops. Two 1 hour sessions are offered every Tuesday and Thursday.

Tuesdays
Aug 5, 12, 19, 26
2pm-3pm & 3pm-4pm

Thursdays
Aug 7, 14, 21, 28
1pm-2pm & 2pm-3pm


Space is limited, registration is necessary. Please visit or call the information desk @ 972.230.9661 to register for a session.
If you find you cannot attend a session after you've registered, please call the library to cancel.