Applications


Explore the world of Android phone apps. Learn about the vast range of easily downloadable apps for travel, education, entertainment, banking, investing, photography and much, much more! Learn to use and assess your downloaded apps: you should be familiar with basic phone functions. Bring your Android smartphone that is less than 2 years old to work on and enjoy in this course. Your device might be manufactured by LG, Ericsson, Samsung, LTE, Motorola, Huawei, Nokia, Sony, Alcatel, AT&T or others. Skill Level B
Take your documents, forms and flyers to a new level as you learn about formatting documents with headers, footers, table of contents, and using tables in surprising ways. Bring in your own MS Word projects to get insights on how to improve design elements. Part of the class will be working on your own projects or choosing a template to produce a completed project. You should already have a working knowledge of basic features of MS Word, fundamentals of the Windows operating system, and good computer and keyboard skills. Skill Level C course.
Social media dominates the news and increasingly the lives of those around us, especially our younger family and friends. Sit back and watch or dive in as we play with four popular social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat. Learn how each works, what the desktop and mobile interfaces look like, how to set up an account and find friends. We'll also discuss privacy and other security concerns associated with each of these apps. SKILL LEVEL A
Spreadsheets make organizing and keeping lists, inventories, gas mileage, and any information easy! We'll use Excel 2013, but what you will learn applies to any spreadsheet program. Practice the basic functions involved in the creation, development and modification of spreadsheets. Excel's options allow you to expand and create more complex spreadsheets. Please bring a flash drive to class. SKILL LEVEL B
Explore the Notes app which enables you to collect all your thoughts, images, videos, links, lists, locations and more all in one place, and sync them across all your Apple devices. We will plan a once-in-a-lifetime trip to a favorite city as an in-class project. Bring your own iPad or iPhone: larger screens are preferable! Your iDevices should be updated to iOS 9 (for older iPads) and iOS 11 for the rest: iOS 11 adds some neat features to Notes! Bring your fully charged device to class. Skill Level B

Have you migrated from a Windows PC to the Apple Mac? Let us introduce you to essential elements and features of High Sierra, the latest macOS. Customize and navigate your Mac with System Preferences, Finder, the dock and Spotlight. Utilize features like iCloud, App Store, and Siri and essential applications such as Mail, Messages, Safari, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Maps and Preview. We will also discuss setup essentials like backup and printing. SKILL LEVEL A
Need friendly, one-on-one help with, or advice on your technology? Bring in your smartphone, tablet (Apple/Android), or your laptop (Mac/Windows), and give our friendly tech instructors a chance to assess the issue, help you resolve it and even show you a few things about your device. We'll schedule a one hour appointment with you where we provide simple coaching on one device or a specific application, or help you resolve those burning "why does that happen when I do this" conundrums. We will not be repairing devices. All Skill Levels
What is a blog and why would you want to create one? A frequently updated online personal journal, a blog is a place to express yourself to the world: share your thoughts, your business, your passions or your causes. Learn about blogs in this short, focused workshop; what blogs are, how to decide what to write, and how to create one. SKILL LEVEL B