Note: Please review the current computer class schedule to see if a class is being offered.
Build Your Own Website
Hands-on introduction to building a
website using Weebly.com. Learn the basics of creating a webpage of your own.
Computer Basics I
Hands-on introduction to computers. Learn how to use a mouse and keyboard, work with Windows and basic computer terms.
Computer Basics II
Learn what email is, and practice composing and sending email messages. Sign-up for a free email account.
Excel I (MS Office 2013)
This introductory class will cover how to format cells and manipulate data to create simple spreadsheets.
Excel II (MS Office 2013)
Go beyond the basics. Create advanced formulas, multi-level data sorts, work with several worksheets, and more.
Excel III (MS Office 2013)
Continue practicing with Excel to create custom worksheets with formulas, charts, and more.
Files & Folders
Introduction to files & folders: store, organize, move, and backup you work more efficiently.
Find Free & Open Source Software
Internet Basics I
Learn how to navigate a web browser, locate information, evaluate online sources and print web pages. Experience using Windows recommended.
Internet Basics II
Continue building your information literacy skills in learning advanced search methods and how to assess the quality and credibility of websites.
Learn how to protect yourself and your computer from threats such as: viruses, spyware, and scams.
Introduction to Finding Funders (for Nonprofits)
Introduction to this updated Foundation Center directory to foundations and non-profit grant recipients.
Introduction to Finding Funders (for Individuals)
Introduction to the Foundation Center directory which provides detailed descriptions of foundations that fund students, artists, researchers, and other individual grantseekers.
Introduction to Social Media
Overview of popular social media websites such as Facebook and Twitter, and learn how to get started.
Online Photo Editing
PowerPoint I (MS Office 2013)
Create professional looking multimedia presentations with special effects & graphics.
PowerPoint II (MS Office 2013)
Practice using more advanced features to create stunning multimedia presentations.
Smartphone & Tablet Apps
Learn about apps you can add to that give you access to library resources.
Word I (MS Office 2013)
Learn how to edit, save and print documents. Creating simple documents, editing and formatting text, spell checking and setting margins will be covered.
Word II (MS Office 2013)
Explore some of the advanced features of Word including: how to customize page setup, use templates, insert symbols, images and more.