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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

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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.

October and November 2015 Schedule of Courses



AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Part I: American Sign Language for Beginners and Families 
OCTOBER 22, 2015 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 9/29/15

American Sign Language has become one of the most popular languages to study. If you've ever considered learning ASL, whether it be to communicate with your baby or toddler, talk with a hearing-impaired acquaintance, or just for fun, ASL instructor Tracy Harwell can help. She'll give an introduction to the language, demonstrate fun ways to teach and learn it, and discuss ASL learning resources in our area.  CLICK HERE to register.

Part II: American Sign Language for Beginners and Families 
OCTOBER 29, 2015 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/5/15

American Sign Language has become one of the most popular languages to study. If you've ever considered learning ASL, whether it be to communicate with your baby or toddler, talk with a hearing-impaired acquaintance, or just for fun, ASL instructor Tracy Harwell can help. She'll give an introduction to the language, demonstrate fun ways to teach and learn it, and discuss ASL learning resources in our area.  CLICK HERE to register.

Part III: American Sign Language for Beginners and Families 
NOVEMBER 5, 2015 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/5/15

American Sign Language has become one of the most popular languages to study. If you've ever considered learning ASL, whether it be to communicate with your baby or toddler, talk with a hearing-impaired acquaintance, or just for fun, ASL instructor Tracy Harwell can help. She'll give an introduction to the language, demonstrate fun ways to teach and learn it, and discuss ASL learning resources in our area.  CLICK HERE to register.

Part IV: American Sign Language for Beginners and Families 
NOVEMBER 12, 2015 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/5/15

American Sign Language has become one of the most popular languages to study. If you've ever considered learning ASL, whether it be to communicate with your baby or toddler, talk with a hearing-impaired acquaintance, or just for fun, ASL instructor Tracy Harwell can help. She'll give an introduction to the language, demonstrate fun ways to teach and learn it, and discuss ASL learning resources in our area.  CLICK HERE to register.


INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

Part I: Meet the Computer 
OCTOBER 31, 2015 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Pre-Registration: Opens 9/30/15

Learn how to turn on the computer and discover its various parts and their purpose. Learn how to use a mouse and a laptop computer touchpad to navigate, brush up on the keyboard, and find ways improve your typing skills. CLICK HERE to register.

Part II: Software 
NOVEMBER 7, 2015 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/7/15

Learn about software: how is it related to hardware and what job does it perform? Discover the most common operating systems and the differences between them, and learn to manipulate “windows” to make your computer time more productive and less frustrating.  CLICK HERE to register.

Part III: Settings
NOVEMBER 14, 2015 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/14/15

Learn the tasks you can perform from your computer’s control panel, including changing your desktop settings to give your computer a more customized look. Add and remove programs, and learn how to enable power-saving and accessibility features.  CLICK HERE to register.


INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET

Part I: Get Connected 
NOVEMBER 2, 2015 5:30 - 6:30 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/2/2015

Find out what equipment you need to connect to the internet, and how to choose an Internet browser.
Learn basic internet navigation within your browser, such as going directly to a page by entering the URL and, moving back and forth between pages.  CLICK HERE to register.

Part II: Searching
NOVEMBER 9, 2015 5:30 - 6:30 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/9/2015

Find what you need on the Internet. Learn the best searching techniques, discover the most popular search engines and learn how how they work, and discuss how best to phrase your search strings to get better results.  CLICK HERE to register.

Part III: Online Communications 
NOVEMBER 16, 2015  5:30 - 6:30 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/16/2015
Why all the fuss surrounding Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube? Find out how people communicate on the internet , and learn how you can use these tools to keep in touch with family and friends, learn more about your interests, and engage with the world using social media, email, chat, blogs, and more. CLICK HERE to register.

Part IV: Cyber Security
NOVEMBER 23, 2015 5:30 - 6:30 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/23/2015
Avoid and prevent computer viruses, malware, and spyware. Pay bills or shop online while protecting your information. Learn how to protect yourself online by being aware of common scams in this class addressing online security techniques and tools.  CLICK HERE to register.


WINDOWS

Windows 8.1 Basics
OCTOBER 27, 2015 5:30 - 6:30 PM
Pre-Registration: Opens 10/6/15
Transitioning from Windows 7, or just want to learn more about Windows 8.1?  Learn how to navigate Windows 8.1 and discover what changes have been introduced since previous versions of the operating system.  Also covered: upgrading from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1.

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