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Computer Classes at the Central Library

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November 2014

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Getting Started with Computers:
Tuesday, November 4, 1 – 2:30 p.m.
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This hands-on workshop for computer novices reviews basic keyboarding and mousing, and introduces other introductory parts of the computer to get you comfortably started. No experience is necessary. Led by Karen.


Continuing with Computers:
Thursday, November 6, 1 – 2:30 p.m.
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This hands-on workshop builds on Getting Started with Computers by reviewing additional aspects of basic computing including icons, files, saving, standard applications, and more. Experience with a keyboard and a mouse is assumed, and completion of Getting Started with Computers is recommended. Led by Matthew.


Introduction to the Web:
Thursday, November 13, 1 – 2:30 p.m.
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Explore the web and how it is set-up by looking at popular websites; reviewing key web terms, navigation, and services including email; practicing effective searching, and more. Experience with a keyboard and a mouse is assumed. Led by Matthew.

Help with Online Shopping:
Tuesday, November 18, 10 – 11:30 a.m.
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Using the web for shopping can be fun & convenient, but has some complications too. Review key websites for online shopping, their good use, and security issues to help make sure your shopping experiences are safe. Experience with a keyboard and a mouse is assumed, and completion of Introduction to the Web is recommended. Led by Linda.

Introduction to Excel:
Thursday, November 20, 1 – 2:30 p.m.
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Excel can help manage household and small business budgets and with creating address books, membership lists, and much more. This class covers spreadsheets, formulas, and data entry. Basic computer knowledge is assumed. Led by Anna.

Computer Clinic, Focus Resumes:
Monday, November 24, 1-2:00 p.m. ~~ Special Location ~~
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Do you have a question about using a computer whether it be email, word processing, or something you saw on the web? Drop by the East Forest Park Branch Library and let Linda help you. The workshop begins with a twenty-minute overview of creating a resume, and then is opened to questions and free exploration. New and experienced computer users are welcomed.



December 2014: Computer Basics at our Branch Libraries

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Step 1:
Getting Started with Computers:

This hands-on workshop for computer novices reviews basic keyboarding and mousing, and introduces other introductory parts of the computer to get you comfortably started. No experience is necessary.

Step 2:
Continuing with Computers:

Our step 2 workshop builds on Getting Started with Computers by reviewing additional aspects of basic computing including icons, files, saving, standard Windows operations, and more. Experience with a keyboard and a mouse is assumed, and completion of Getting Started with Computers is recommended.

Step 3:
Introduction to the Web:

Explore the web and how it is set-up by looking at popular web-sites, reviewing key web terms and services, as well as learning basic web navigation and searching. Skill with a keyboard and a mouse is assumed.

Something More:
Computer Clinic, Focus on E-mail:

Learn how to sign up for an e-mail account, compose and open e-mail messages and add attachments. Both beginner and experienced computer users are welcome.

These workshops are led using Windows XP Professional and Office 2010.

Attendance Raffle!
Earn a chance to win a $15 gift card for a local retailer for each Hi!Tech workshop you attend. The more Hi!Tech workshops you attend, the greater your chances are to win. Join us, learn, and win! Contact librarian Matthew Jaquith for more details at 413-263-6828, x221.

Classes are held in the computer lab located on the ground level at 220 State St, unless otherwise noted. Use the State Street entrance. All classes are free and open to the general public.

To Register: Use the sign-up links above, or register at the Reference Desk in Wellman Hall at 220 State Street, call 413-263-6828 ext. 213, or e-mail askalibrarian@springfieldlibrary.org.

If you have any questions/suggestions/comments about Hi!Tech @ the Library classes at the Springfield City Library, please contact Matthew at 413-263-6828 ext. 221 or email mjaquith@springfieldlibrary.org.



Small Business & Jobseeking

The library offers occasional classes and workshops for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and jobseekers. Visit our Resources for Jobseekers page.


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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.





Health and Fitness


No scheduled classes.