Hands-on workshops including: Using the Internet, File Management, and Online Resources. | Adults
Need a tutorial on using a keyboard and mouse?
Getting Started on a Computer
Computers For Today – November
Computers are changing and so are our uses of them. Take this 3-part, introductory series to strengthen your computer skills and gain confidence with using the Internet, organizing your files, editing documents, and more.
Sign-up for all three and get the most out of what this program has to offer. Free coffee and tea compliments of the Friends of the Library.
Library Express at Pine Point
Thursdays 12 noon- 1:30 pm
November 7 – Part 1 – Using the Internet, and text editing
Register for Part 1
November 14 – Part 2 – Search engines, and file management
Register for Part 2
November 21 – Part 3 – Continue working on file management, explore the Invisible Web, and more
Register for Part 3
To Register: Use the sign-up links above, or register at any Springfield City Library branch. To speak speak with a reference librarian, call 413-263-6828 ext. 213, or e-mail email@example.com
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!
Questions: If you have any questions, suggestions, or comments about Hi!Tech, please contact Matthew at 413-263-6828 ext. 221 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
More Computer Resources
Computer Tools & Tutorials – Free resources to help you learn and expand your technology skills.
Get started with the basics – Microsoft Office computer classes including: Word, Publisher, PowerPoint and Excel | Adults
These classes are for adults. Skill with a keyboard and mouse is needed for success in these workshops. Light refreshments, compliments of the Friends of the Library, will be provided.
Need a tutorial on using a keyboard and mouse? Getting Started on a Computer
Introduction to Microsoft Office
Central Library, Computer Lab
Introduction to Microsoft Excel
Thursday December 5 | 1:00 – 3:00 PM | Ages 18+
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 hands-on workshop.
Introduction to Microsoft Word
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.
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft PowerPoint is everywhere. PowerPoint 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 PowerPoint. This class is for adults with keyboard and mouse skills.
Introduction to Microsoft Publisher
Create simple yet attractive flyers and brochures with Microsoft Publisher, a convenient desktop 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, layout, and more. Skill with a keyboard is needed for success in this hands-on workshop.