Conquer the digital divide and learn how to access information readily and communicate quickly with friends and family around the world. Our courses range from one-time, 2-hour sessions to 12 hours offered over the span of 4 weeks. All classes are small in size and taught at a speed geared to the older adult.
This course is for the novice student and teaches use of the mouse and keyboard, saving a document, as well as an introduction to the Internet and email.
This continuation of the beginners’ course covers more advanced features of the Internet and email, right-click mouse shortcuts, as well as formatting a document and the copy and paste technique.
Bring your issues and questions to Your User Group, a bi-monthly open forum. We will try to resolve your problems together. All skill levels welcome. Friday, Fee: $35
We will cover fraud and security on the Internet as well as saving your favorite websites for ready future access. Prerequisite: Introduction to Computers.
We will teach you how to alphabetize, rename and delete your favorite websites. Also covered is sending, opening and saving email attachments. Prerequisite: an active Yahoo! email account and completion of Intermediate Computers. Taught upon sufficient request.
Learn how to organize your saved emails into folders and also how to set up and send a group mailing. Prerequisite: an active Yahoo! email account and completion of Intermediate Computers. Taught upon sufficient request.
E-readers/Kindles, Tablets/iPads, eBay, Online Shopping, Privacy Protection, Flash Drives, PC Security and Maintenance, File and Folder Management, Digital Photography, MicrosoftWord, Excel. Let us know what you want to learn!
Call Betsy at the Center for more information and to register for all classes.
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