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You can schedule a 30 minute one-on-one session with our library technology trainers up to 3 times per month!

Want one on one help with your computer? CLICK HERE

Need help with Word, Excel, or Powerpoint? CLICK HERE

Need help with Email or Facebook? CLICK HERE

Need help with Kindle, Nook, or other downloadable books? CLICK HERE

Need help with downloading or uploading pictures? CLICK HERE

Library Community Courses provide free or low cost lifelong learning opportunities for the citizens of Christian County. We offer classes on computers and technology, arts and crafts, genealogy, books and publishing and more! Check back often for upcoming schedules.

July 2011 Schedule

Lynchings, Featherbed Thefts, Burnouts, and Sawmill Murders in Good Ol’ Christian County
Thursday, July 7th, 6-7 p.m. Join local historian Wayne Glenn as he discusses some of the more sordid events in Christian County History. The author will also sell and sign his latest book, “Christian County History A-Z,” a 460 page hardback that includes 1700 photos and a detailed name index. No registration required.

Cyber Security
Saturday, July 16th, 10-11 a.m. Would you like to get online but are afraid to catch a virus? Would you like to begin paying bills or shopping online but are afraid that a cyber criminal will steal your credit card or other personal information? Join us for our Cyber Security class and learn how to be more careful and aware while online and in your e-mail box. This class will address computer and online security techniques. Registration required. Call (417)581-2432 or click here.

Introduction to Computers Part I
Monday, July 18th, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Can’t tell your motherboard from your USB drive? This class is for you! Learn the basic terms and use of computers. Registration required. Call (417)581-2432 or click here.

Read Your Movie Book Club: The Man in the Iron Mask Film Screening and Book Discussion Saturday, July 23rd, 9:30 a.m.-12 p.m. We’ll read the novel The Man in the Iron Mask by Alexandre Dumas during the month of July, then meet to discuss the novel and watch its film adaption. Registration required. Call (417)581-2432 or click here.

Microsoft Excel 2007 Basics
Saturday, July 30th, 10-11 a.m. Does adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing long lists of numbers sound terrifying? Relax and let Excel do the work for you. Crunch those numbers, add charts and graphs, calculate your monthly budget, or keep a tidy address book with Microsoft Excel. Registration required. Call (417)581-2432 or click here.

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