Posted 1 year ago
By Scott Carlson
When computer classes at the North Platte Public Library resume January 15th, attendees will be using new Windows 7 laptop computers in the library’s meeting room. The library received these computers through the Library Broadband Builds Nebraska Communities grant program. The new venue will keep class distractions to a minimum and keep all of the technology learning center’s computers available for use during class time.
Classes will be two hours in length and cost $10 per person. Take-home handouts will be provided. Pre-registration is required to attend. Those interested can call the library at 535-8036 for more information and to register for classes. Class schedule is below:
Computer Fundamentals, 1/15 at 6:30 PM or 1/17 at 9:30 AM: This introductory class will get you familiar with computers, using the mouse and keyboard, basic terminology, shutting down your computer correctly and more.
Working in Windows, 1/22 at 6:30 PM or 1/24 at 9:30 AM: Learning to use the Windows operating system, understanding its basic features, and creating a simple document with WordPad and saving it on the computer are the focus of this class.
Beginning Internet, 1/29 at 6:30 PM or 1/31 at 9:30 AM: Exploring the World Wide Web, basic searching, and learning the features of Internet browsers will be addressed in this class.