Wednesday, June 7: Intro to MS PowerPoint 2013
Microsoft PowerPoint is a program that is part of the Microsoft Office Suite and is used to create presentations and visual aids. It is used in offices, classrooms and other settings. This class will cover how to create, design and format a presentation that fits the audience and how to best use it so that it fits the message you want to convey. You must be able to use a mouse and be familiar with basic computer concepts such as opening, closing, and re-sizing windows before taking this class.
Monday, June 12: Internet Security and Shopping Online
This class will focus on some of the steps that can be taken to be safer online. Attendees will do some basic searching and learn what makes up a good website. Tips for optimizing security settings in multiple browsers will be provided. Online shopping options will be explored along with some best practices.
Monday, June 26: Using eBooks & Library Apps
Have you ever checked out an eBook from the library? We have two different apps through which to use eBooks: Hoopla and CloudLibrary. If you want an in-depth lesson on how to access the digital collection, this class is for you. We will also cover searching the catalogue and managing your account. You must be able to use a mouse and be familiar with basic computer concepts such as opening, closing, and re-sizing windows before taking this class.
Wednesday, June 28: Android Smartphone Basics
Bring your own laptop or device or borrow one of ours.
No registration necessary but limited space is available; patrons will be admitted into the program on a first-come-first-serve basis.
These are on-site, in-person programs. Masks are now optional. If you have any questions regarding the library’s COVID-19 policies and programming, please call us at 732-873-8700 x 111.