Short Term Classes

Customized training on dozens of topics

Basic Computer II

This class is for the person who has very limited computer knowledge. The student will be taught beginning level computer skills. This class will review and build upon skills learned in Basic Computers I. Concepts including using a word processor and working with tool bars and the task bar. This class is taught at a very relaxed pace for those persons apprehensive about operating a computer. There will be significant hands-on practice of each concept.

Basic Computers I

This class is for the person who has very limited computer knowledge or none at all. The student will be taught beginning computer skills including powering the computer on and off, using a mouse and keyboard, utilizing the desktop, and launching programs. This class will be taught at a very relaxed pace for those apprehensive about operating a computer. There will be significant hands-on practice of each concept.

Basic Computers III

This class is for the person who has very limited computer knowledge. The student will be taught beginning level computer skills. This class will review and build upon skills learned in Basic Computers I and II. Concepts including using the copy, cut and paste options in the Microsoft Office operating system, and browsing the internet using Internet Explorer. This class is taught at a very relaxed pace for those persons apprehensive about operating a computer. There will be significant hands-on practice of each concept.

Evernote for Everyday

Increase productivity with Evernote software and app. It's an easy and efficient way to organize your home and work life. Regardless of the computer or portable device you use, Evernote enables you to turn text, pictures, audio messages, checklists, scanned documents, and just about anything else you can imagine into stored notes. In this course you'll learn to create notes, store information and sync so you can access your information on all devices. In this class you'll learn how to make and format a note; create, modify, and stack notebooks; use tags and atlas interfacts; and EverNote Premium.

iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

Discover how to use an iPhone, iPad and iPod touch for emailing, browsing the web, managing time, getting directions, taking notes, taking photos, and listening to music. Explore free applications that can be downloaded to your device. Participants should know their Apple, iTunes, or iCloud ID and password.

Microsoft Excel 2013 - Level 2

This course is designed for the experienced Excel user covering topics such as: working with large worksheets; adding graphics to worksheets; using templates; protecting workbooks; linking cells and worksheets; and creating tables and outlines.

Tablet Applications for Personal Productivity

Whether you have an iPad, iPhone, iPod -- or perhaps thinking about getting one -- you've probably considered the various ways the device can make your life a little more fun. Sure, you can read books, play games or watch movies, but what about using your tablet to organize your life? Discover and discuss the newest, most popular productivity apps for tablets, and be sure to bring your device, Apple ID, and password!

Windows 8

What are the benefits of Windows 8? Should you upgrade or not? Do you need a ""touch screen"" to run the operating system? Come see the newest Windows operating system demystified and learn how to get the most from it. Hit the ground running when you or your company upgrade. Participants who own Windows 8 laptops are encouraged to bring them. This will be a lecture based class. "



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