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Special topics classes are offered periodically on database searching, eBook readers, job searching and other topics of interest to patrons.Request a class!
The Library is starting a new 7-week series of computer classes. Call 336-318-6803 to sign up for the series or special topics classes.
Computer Basics I
This class is an introduction to computers for people who have never used a computer before. Participants can practice using the mouse and keyboard with hands on activities as well as learning valuable computer terminology.
Computer Basics II
This class is an extension of Computer Basics I. In this class you will focus on learning how to open and save documents, create folders, opening software programs and discussing the different types of storage media that can be used to store pictures, files and documents.
This class will help you to sign-up for an e-mail account, create an address book and show you how to check, compose, and store your mail, download pictures and send attachments.
Internet Basics I
This class will introduce you to the basics of "Surfing the Net"--including navigating the web and finding specific URLs, doing a subject search, using keywords in a "Search Engine" and Printing, downloading, uploading and setting a home page.
Internet Basics II
This class will cover how to use Randquest and the difference between web pages and databases. you will use Google maps, Wikipedia, learn effective search strategies and learn about internet safety and social media.
Word Basics I
This class will cover an overview of tools and tricks for creating documents. You will participate in building two publications “from the ground up”. The class will also cover saving files, creating new ones, and the most useful functions within the heading tabs.
Word Basics II
This class will cover inserting images and clipart as well as working with templates with hands-on practice.
Last Updated November 2013. Randolph County Public Library.