Free Classes and Workshops
Hi!Tech: Beyond The Basics
Thursday, April 26 from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Introduction to Microsoft Excel: Learn the basics of Microsoft Excel, the world’s leading desktop spreadsheet. Excel is used both at home and in the office to help with a wide range of personal and business management services including basic bookkeeping and accounting, to maintaining mailing lists and more. Skill with a keyboard and mouse is needed for success in this workshop
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Introduction to Microsoft Office
Need a tutorial on using a keyboard and mouse?
Getting Started on a Computer
Registration for this series of classes will begin on April 1st.
Introduction to Word
Saturday, May 5, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Having good word processing skills is fundamental to achieving success at the computer. Come to this two-hour, hands-on workshop for an introduction to the most popular word processing program, Microsoft Word, and sharpen your skills with standard formatting and editing tools. Skill with a keyboard and mouse is needed for success in this workshop. This class is for adults. Light refreshments, compliments of the Friends of the Library, will be provided.
Introduction to Publisher
Saturday, May 12, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Create simple yet attractive flyers and brochures with Microsoft Publisher, a convenient destop publishing software package. We’ll look at making multipage handouts and multifold brochures using Publisher‘s powerful templates and explore basic aspects of working with images, shapes, and more.
Introduction to PowerPoint
Saturday, May 19, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
MS PowerPoint is everywhere! This powerful software package is used at home and at work for organizing slides and photos, and helping people give great presentations. In this hands-on workshop, we’ll make multipaged, basic PowerPoint files complete with edited images and enhanced with stylish templates giving you the skill needed for success with this popular program. This class is for adults with keyboard and mouse skills. Light refreshments, compliments of the Friends of the Library, will be provided. Led by Matthew
Introduction to Excel
Saturday, May 26, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Learn the basics of Microsoft Excel, the world’s leading desktop spreadsheet. Excel is used both at home and in the office to help with a wide range of personal and business management services including basic bookkeeping and accounting, to maintaining mailing lists and more. Skill with a keyboard and mouse is needed for success in this adult workshop. Light refreshments, compliments of the Friends of the Library, will be provided.
One-on-One Computer Tutoring
Please note that these sessions cannot replicate Hi!Tech computer classes. They’re ideal if you want to go over how to format a resume in Microsoft Word, if you’d like to set up an email account on your smart phone, or if you want help doing research for a school project. They’re not, however, what you’re looking for if you’re trying to learn how to use computers or Microsoft Office from scratch.
Book a Librarian
Librarian are available for one-on-one sessions to help with your computer needs. To schedule an appointment, call or visit the Springfield City Library location most convenient to you.
Career & Job Seekers’ Help
The library offers occasional classes and workshops for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and jobseekers. Visit our Resources for Jobseekers page.
Get a Job with SkillSmart
Brightwood Branch Library
Monday, April 23, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Springfield Works is here to link you with a job, career or skills training. Come learn how to use SkillSmart: an easy online resource to help you identify your strengths and efficiently apply for positions at some of Greater Springfield’s largest organizations. | For ages 18 and up.
Business & Nonprofits
The Springfield City Library is a member of the Foundation Center Funding Information Network housed at the Central Library.
Free classes and workshops for the local nonprofit community are offered two to three times per year, and are listed in the online calendar. Email notification of upcoming classes is sent to members of the library’s Funding Information Network mailing list.