All are welcome to attend our FREE computer classes. Keyboard and mouse proficiency and advance registration is required. iCan Lab registration is limited to 7 patrons for hands-on participation in each class. Sign Up Today!
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2016
Learn how to setup a Word document using font type and size, formatting, line spacing, inserting pictures and tables, bullet points and more. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
September 10 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
September 14 Saturday 10-11:30am
Staying Digitally Organized
In a multi-platform digital world, it is easy to become disorganized when most of us use one or more devices. This class will discuss techniques and programs to aide in your digital organization.
September 17 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
September 21 Saturday 10-11:30am
Online Job Searching
There are a wide range of websites that have various job postings. This class will review the pros and cons of using these sites.
September 24 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
Voice Assistants (Smart Speakers)
Do you own an Amazon Echo or Google Home device and want to learn how to do more with it? Are you interested in purchasing one in the future? Learn which device may work best for you.
October 1 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
Intro to Microsoft PowerPoint
Learn to create presentations by inserting slides, music, pictures and more. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
October 8 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
October 12 Saturday 10-11:30am
Intro to Google Forms
Great for people who organize events or teachers who are looking to incorporate more technology in their lessons. Attendees MUST have a working Google account and password. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
October 15 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
October 19 Saturday 10-11:30am
Better Online Searching
Many of us know how to do online searching, but did you know that there are techniques to get better results? This class will look at some of the advanced techniques of web searching to get better targeted results. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
October 22 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
Doing More with Maps
Google Maps is one of the most powerful websites/apps on the internet today. This class will look at some great things you can do besides getting directions. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
October 29 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
Learn the basics of the software that allows you to organize data for creating budgets, inventories, statistics and more. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
November 5 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
November 9 Saturday 10-11:30am
Staying Safe Online
Practicing safe online skills is a good habit to have. We’ll discuss safety procedures as well as apps you should avoid. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
November 12 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
November 16 Saturday 10-11:30am
Smart Online Shopping
With the gift-giving season around the corner, it’s time to explore different online shopping options and how to do it safely. Keyboard and mouse proficiency required.
November 19 Tuesday 7-8:30pm
Live Performance Station
Wednesdays: September 11 and 18 from 6:30-8:30pm
Bring your cell phone and learn to write, perform and produce 3-minute skits like your YouTube favorites! We’ll post our favorites on the library’s social media pages for all to enjoy. Ages 15 and up. This is a two part series.
Meet Your Computer
Every Wednesday morning 10-11:30am
1st Saturday of the month, 10-11:30am
Do you need to improve your computer skills? Do you need to learn computer basics or how to use Microsoft software to complete a project? We’re here to help! Bring in your laptop (or use ours) to get the computer tutorials and personalized help you need.
Need more Help?
Schedule a one-on-one session with our Computer Lab staff. Call the library Computer Lab at 708-758-0090 for more details.