2012 Class Descriptions
overview of what you can do on the internet including tips and
techniques for saving time and staying safe and an introduction to
various search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
Essentials: Overwhelmed by email? Gmail has some excellent
remedies for that. The class covers how to create filters to
manage the flow of messages and how to use Gmail's powerful search
function. Also, learn to customize the inbox and organize names
and email addresses using the Contact Manager.
iPad: Tips & tricks for using your iPad. Also included is
a Q & A Session. Bring your device and any questions you may
have! If you donít have an iPad, you can test one at the library during
this session or during walk-in hours!
overview of Microsoft Word basics and capabilities with an
introduction to available online tutorials.
Cooking Resources: Discover on-line resources to aid in recipe
and menu development for the home, for party/holiday preparation,
or for dietary needs. Regardless of your cooking needs, the
internet has a wealth of information available to you.
as Camera: In this class, we review the basics of using your
iPhone as a camera, and then explore some tips, tricks, and apps
for taking better and more creative photos.
is a program that you can use to make video calls over the
Internet. You will get to view a live demonstration of Skype,
learn how to download the program, and learn how to make a Skype
Become an expert Pinterista! Use this website to ďpinĒ your
favorite things from the internet to your virtual bulletin board.
Find great recipes, funny pictures, DIY projects, and much more!
class covers the basics of making and communicating with friends,
sharing photos and links, and choosing privacy settings. NOTE: The
class does not cover setting up an account; if you want help
creating an account, we would be happy to meet with you
and Tricks for Mac Users:
first-time Mac users, the interface and terminology can initially
be mystifying. In this class, we will look at the basics of the
Mac operating system, its advantages, and tips and tricks for
making best use of it.
Part I: Learn basic genealogy research methods. Includes how
to get started, online resources, and organization tips.
Learn about different types of genealogy records like the census,
non-population schedules, city directories and MORE! Pre-requisite
Ė Genealogy Part I.
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