The Reference Department staff conduct several free computer classes. Pre-registration is required to attend. To pre-register or learn more about these classes, contact the Reference Department or e-mail adultprograms(at)nbccpl.org
|Facebook 101: This 1.5 hour, 1 day class covers the basics of Facebook. Students will learn: "friending"; "liking" pages; creating pages; and security issues. A Facebook account is not required. Students must be familiar with mouse and keyboard and have basic Internet skills.||Microsoft Excel 2007: This 1.5 hour, 1 day class will cover: Excel screen elements; and formatting of data (including formulas). Students must be familiar with mouse and keyboard and have basic Microsoft Office skills.|
|Introduction to the Library Online Catalog: In this one-hour, one-day class, students will learn how to find library materials using the online catalog. Students will also learn how to renew and reserve library materials online.||Microsoft Word 2007: This two-day, two hour class on Microsoft Word will teach students formatting techniques; copying/cutting and pasting; tabs, margins, and indentations. Familiarity with the mouse and keyboard is recommended.|
|Yahoo! Mail (e-mail): This one-day, one hour class will teach students how to set up and use an e-mail account at Yahoo!||eBay Basics: In this one-hour, one-day class, students will learn the basics of eBay®, buying and selling, feedback, PayPal, and security issues. Students should be familiar with the mouse and keyboard.|
Internet: Beginning and Intermediate:
This two-day, two hour class on the Internet is for beginning or
intermediate level computer users.
||Students in the basic class will learn mouse basics, Internet searching,
e-mail, and the library online catalog.
Students in the intermediate class will learn copying and pasting, troubleshooting, and Internet security in addition to the basic subjects.
URL for this page is http://newbern.cpclib.org/nbccpl/class.html
Updated: August 20, 2014.