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The library will be closed July 9 to July 25 as we move to our new building. Visit us at 707 Vermont St. starting Saturday, July 26!

Computer Classes are Back in Session

Technology moves so fast these days, that it’s easy to let important tools pass you by.  We want to get you back up to speed with Computer Classes @ Lawrence Public Library!  Whether you are interested in connecting with friends and family through social media, or if you want to punch up your resume by learning workplace software – we have a class that’s right for you.  Our technology courses are perfect for beginners, but can also be a great place for seasoned users to ask a few questions or learn cool new tricks.   And the best part is – the Computer Classes are absolutely free!

Each class will last for one hour, and seating is limited so it’s important to register in advance.  To contact us, please call 843-1178 or email Lynn Koenig at lkoenig@lawrencepubliclibrary.org

(May class dates were originally listed on Thursdays. These classes will now be offered on Tuesdays. The Computer Troubleshooting class originally listed will not be offered in May.)

Upcoming classes:

Introduction to Excel Part I
Thrusday, April 11—7pm

An introduction to Microsoft’s spreadsheet application commonly used for statistical and financial needs.  Participants will learn how to enter and manipulate data, use functions and create simple charts and graphs.  Basic computer skills are recommended.

Introduction to Excel Part II
Thursday, April 18—7pm

A continuation of the skills learned in  “Introduction to Excel Part I”.  Participants will learn how to enter and manipulate data, use functions and create simple charts and graphs.  Basic computer skills are recommended.

eBooks and Audiobooks
Thursday, April 25—7pm

Get started reading or listening to books on your phone, reader, or tablet.  This session will guide you through the steps to begin using the 3M Cloud Library, OneClick Digital, and Sunflower eLibrary.  Bring your gadgets and questions.

Introduction to Facebook
Tuesday, May 7—7pm

Get started on the web’s most popular social networking site, Facebook.  Learn how to establish an account, edit your personal information, find friends, and control content and privacy settings.  Participants must have a valid email address and be familiar with the web.

Googley Goodies
Tuesday, May 14—7pm

Chances are you’ve used Google to search the internet, but did you know they offer a great free alternative to Microsoft Office?  If not, this class is for you.  Our resident Technology Assistant gives you a guided tour of useful Google sites and services.

Microsoft Word
Tuesday, May 21—7pm

Get started with Microsoft’s word processing software.  Learn how to format a document, enter and edit text, save and manage files, and more!  Basic computer skills are needed for this class.

eBooks and Audiobooks
Tuesday, May 28—7pm

Get started reading or listening to books on your phone, reader, or tablet.  This session will guide you through the steps to begin using the 3M Cloud Library, OneClick Digital, and Sunflower eLibrary.  Bring your gadgets and questions.

3 Comments

  1. Hello,

    Yes I think the classes being offered are just what I need.

    Is there more than just calling or showing up..to be able to attend..the scheduled dates in this month?

  2. Sue says:

    I missed the Excel one, are they offering it again!??? Needing a class for work!

    • rjabara says:

      We don’t have another Excel class scheduled yet, but check back in late May for our June classes. Thanks!

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