“I do basic
series on how computers work, how to navigate through your computer files, how
to use a mouse. I have a series on how the Internet works, how to find information.
And I have some very popular classes on productivity where we look at word
processing, spreadsheets, presentations, and photo editing.
classes are aimed primarily at people who have little or no computer knowledge.
I try to keep the level of information such that there’s not a lot of technical
jargon involved. And the whole idea is get people comfortable with their
computers so they can just sit down and use them and not be intimidated by
two classes scheduled at Marietta in the eight days.
at 1 PM a class titled “Searching the Internet” teaches how to best use search
tools to find the incredible wealth of information available online.
February 25, at 10 AM, Dan will lead a class on the important topic
of “Computer Security.”
For details, call the main
library in Marietta at (740) 373-1057 or stop by the information desk. A complete and frequently updated schedule of courses is available at the
Library website: wcplib.info
. All computer classes at all library locations are free of charge.