CLASSES WITH # REQUIRE AN ABILITY TO USE MOUSE AND KEYBOARD
CLASSES WITH @ REQUIRE BASIC FAMILIARITY WITH THE INTERNET
CLASSES WITH # @ REQUIRE BOTH SKILLS
WED, MAR. 4
EFFECTIVE WEB SEARCHING W/ GOOGLE(#,@)
WED, MAR. 11
THURS, MAR. 12
BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS I
MON, MAR. 16
USING WINDOWS 8.1 #
TUES, MAR. 17
10:30 am OR 6:30 pm
WED, MAR. 18
INTRO TO THE INTERNET #
TUES, MAR. 24
BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS II
MON, MAR. 30
EMAIL BASICS I(#,@)
MON, APR. 6
INTRO TO SOCIAL MEDIA(#,@)
WED, APR. 8
OFFICE 2013 OVERVIEW
TUES, APR. 14
WED, APR. 15
THURS, APR. 16
EMAIL BASICS II(#,@)
MON, APR. 20
INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD #
TUES, APR. 21
BUILD YOUR OWN WEBSITE W/ GOOGLE SITES(#,@)
WED, APR. 22
INTRO TO MICROSOFT EXCEL #
TUES, APR. 28
MON, MAY 4
TUES, MAY 5
WED, MAY 6
THURS, MAY 7
BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS II
MON, MAY 11
OFFICE 2013 OVERVIEW #
TUES, MAY 12
WED, MAY 13
MON, MAY 18
TUES, MAY 19
INTRO TO MICROSOFT POWERPOINT #
WED, MAY 20
THURS, MAY 21
TUES, MAY 26
CALL(845)352-5700, EXT. 294 TO REGISTERREGISTRATION OPENS 1 WEEK BEFORE EACH CLASS
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TECHNOLOGY CENTER HOURS: MONDAY-THURSDAY 9:00 am to 8:30 pm, FRIDAY 9:00 am to 5:30 pm, SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Basic Computer Concepts I
This class is for anyone just beginning to learn how to use a computer. We will briefly go over the physical computer parts, how to turn the computer on and off, the desktop, Start menu, and how Microsoft Windows work. We will also spend time learning how to use the mouse. No previous experience with computers necessary.
Basic Computer Concepts II
Building on the skills learned in Basic Computer class 1, we will review the keyboard commands, left-clicking, double-clicking, and right-clicking. We'll also navigate the computer and software: the Start menu, managing "Windows" other programs and software.
E-Mail Basics I
Learn the basic features of an e-mail program, how to create an e-mail account, how to send and reply to an email.
E-Mail Basics II
Continuing from E-Mail I we will cover forwarding, attachments, re-directing mail as well as other advanced features
Using Windows 8.1
Windows 8.1 is the most recent operating system designed by Microsoft.Â This course will familiarize you with the Windows 8.1 user interface and its basic capabilities
Introduction to Social Media
In this class, we'll be introducing different social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Blogging, and Instagram, among others.Â We will go over the purpose and uses of each, as well as what you need to get started.
In this class, we will create a Twitter account, and get you set up so that you can start navigating through Twitter.Â This includes following other Twitter users, tweeting, and hashtags.
In this class, we will go over more involved features of Twitter.Â They will include trends, lists, messaging, among other things.
In this class, we will create a Wordpress account, and go over basic functions of blogging.Â They include posting, reading and following other blogs, and certain settings.
In this class, we will go over advanced features in depth that are related to blogging.Â They include tagging, categories, different posting options, and different settings, amongst other things.
In this class, we will create a Facebook account, and get you set up so that you can start navigating through Facebook.Â This includes settings, timeline, and your profile.Â We will also go over basic interactions and features of Facebook.
In this class, we will go over most of the advanced features of Facebook.Â This includes, creating events, creating Pages for various purposes (Business, artistry, cause), amongst other features.
Beginners Guide to the Internet
The Internet has become an integral part of daily life, yet many have no idea what it is.Â This workshop will define the internet, service providers, browsers and search engines.Â It will also cover email and social networks as well as touch upon hackers and viruses-what they are and how to protect yourself against them.
Effective Web Searching With Google
Because the Web is so vase, you need to be able to find things quickly and easily.Â Quality is better than quantity.Â A search engine like Google is an excellent tool for finding what you need with more precision.Â Setting up "favorite" websites and folders on your computer is another time-saving technique.Â We will discuss how to search and use favorites to improve your overall web skills.
Building Web Sites with Google Sites
Prerequisite: Students must have a Google, G-Mail or YouTube account
Do you need a website? Even better, a free one? We can help get you started using Google Sites. We'll explain how to build the structure,content and design of a website from the ground up.Microsoft Office Suite 2013 Overview
Learn the difference between the Microsoft Suite of Applications (Access, Excel, InfoPath, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word) and what tasks each is best suited for.Â We'll also review creating a Microsoft account to save your files 'to the cloud' as well as the differences between the Office Suite and Office 365.
Intro to Microsoft Word 2013
This class provides the fundamentals of operating the newest version of Microsoft Word and demonstrates how to create, edit, save, format, and print documents.
Intro to Microsoft Excel 2013
Provides the essentials of using the newest version of the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program, the elements of an Excel worksheet, and how to create, edit, save and print an Excel workbook.
Intro to Microsoft PowerPoint
PowerPoint is one of the most popular software programs in the world. It enables you to create professional-looking presentations in the form of slideshows that run on your computer. This class will explain not only the basics of starting a presentation; choosing a design, adding and editing text, pictures, videos, charts and animation to your slides but how to "think-through" your entire presentation for best results.
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