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Computer Classes and Electronic Device Instruction

Central Library

Introduction to PCs
Become familiar with basic computer technology, the parts of the computer, mouse skills, and how to open and close programs, plus take a sneak-peak at the Internet. Spaces are limited; please call 336-335-5430 to register.

Introduction to the Internet
Grab a keyboard and get ready to surf! Learn about the Internet, the main features of Microsoft Explorer, how to connect to the Internet, and how to use subject directories and search engines to find information on the Internet. Spaces are limited; please call 336-335-5430 to register.

Introduction to e-mail
In this class, participants will establish a free, Web-based e-mail account, and the options for sending and receiving e-mail. Spaces are limited; please call 336-335-5430 to register.

Introduction to Microsoft Word
Whether you're preparing a resume, letter, or term paper, Word is the tool for you. This informative class teaches you how to format and size text, indent, center, create lists, insert symbols, cut and paste, and more. Spaces are limited; please call 336-335-5430 to register.  

Intermediate Microsoft Word 2010
Want to learn more about Word? Topics include creating columns, using WordArt and ClipArt, changing margins, sending Word documents as attachments, and more. Spaces are limited; please call 336-335-5430 to register.

e-Reader Help Sessions
Bring your library card and e-reader and learn how to check out e-books from the Greensboro Public Library. The sessions are a half-hour in length. Space is limited and you must register by calling 336-335-5430. Nook users with older devices should also bring their own laptop.

McGirt-Horton Branch

Digital Media Teens
Digital Media Teens is a program for teens ages 14-18 who are interested in digital media and how it is used to create news broadcasts, documentaries, commercials, videos, and movies. Teenagers who participate in this program will have the ability to create mind-blowing projects that can be uploaded to Facebook and YouTube for the world to see! For more information call the branch at 336-373-5810.

Introduction to Computers
One-on-one and group instruction for introduction to computer concepts and applications. For more information call the branch at 336-373-5815 or e-mail Wright Adams.

 

Last updated: 10/29/2013 3:58:06 PM