Computer

How to register for classes


Social Media 101 with Alex Wadsworth

Facebook., LinkedIn, Twitter…what is “social media”? Discover how they help you keep in touch with friends and family, promote your business, and find interesting content on the Internet. This class introduces you to the most popular social media sites. Understand their basic features, setup, security, and find out why they are so popular.

Ages: 18 + ● Levels: All

Tuition: Members $68 / Non-member $80

SUMMER I
Monday, 11am-12pm – REGISTER NOW

SUMMER II
Monday, 11am-12pm – REGISTER NOW

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Introduction to Programming with Steven Brown

We’re all familiar with computers; from cell phones and microwave ovens to desktops, laptops and servers. But how do we create programs that make computers do useful things? How do experts write the instructions that computers follow, so that they do neat things that enrich our lives? In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of programming, starting with “thinking” like a computer (they’re not smart  enough to think like us!) and ending with a gentle introduction to Python.

Ages: 10 + ● Levels: All

Tuition: Members $90 / Non-member $105

SPRING
Tuesday, 4pm-6pm – REGISTER NOW

SUMMER I
Tuesday, 4pm-6pm- REGISTER NOW

SUMMER II
Tuesday, 4pm-6pm- REGISTER NOW

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Introduction to Computers with Gainor Roberts

A basic, non-technical introduction to computers and how they work. Investigate email and the Internet. Learn file management, saving and sending photos, how to write a letter (or a novel) and how to stay safe online. For more information, go to www.classesbygainor.com

Ages: 18 + ● Levels: 1, 2

Tuition: Members $90 / Non-member $105

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Intermediate Computers with Gainor Roberts

In this class we will examine these topics and more: The control panel, online safety, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and Publisher), installing software and making CDs, websites and blogs, file management and computer maintenance as well as some of your specific problems and questions especially as it may apply to upgrading to Windows 7 or Windows 8. You may bring your laptop. The class is designed for Windows computers and Microsoft applications.

Ages: 18 + ● Levels: 3

Tuition: Members $90 / Non-member $105

SPRING
Wednesday, 3pm-4:30pm – REGISTER NOW