Help write, produce and perform an original play for all ages. Earn volunteer horus while having fun and expressing yoruself, whether on or off stage. Be ready to share your ideas and roll up your sleeves.
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This hands-on lecture on Microsofts free OneNote software is for users of all platforms - PC, Mac and mobile. OneNote is a powerful cross-platform digital notebook app that you can use to organize everything from class notes to shopping lists to recipes. The notebooks can be synced easily between devices. This class will be broadcast simultaneously live online from the on-site class at the Library. Registrants for the online session must include an email address to receive information to connect and learn from home.
Jumpstart your job search! Discover sites for sample resumes, interview techniques, job descriptions and postings. Registration required.
10-10:30am: Learn about our top sites for resume help and career exploration.
10:30am-12pm: Use this free time at our computers to explore these sites to find those that fit your need. Staff will be available for personal assistance.
Today, to keep up or get ahead, you need to know how to use the most popular computer programs. This session focuses on sites for updating your workplace skills for MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Registration required.
10am-10:30am: Learn about our top sites for software education and training.
10:30am-Noon: Use this free time at our computers to dive deeper into the sites to find those that fit your need. Staff will be available for personal assistance.
Everyday Internet use is easy. Learn the secrets to locating information you need. Find out how to use popular search engines. See how to locate addresses, get directions and phone numbers, order prints of your digital photos, or find the rest of a news story.
A digital scavenger hunt! Learn how to dig up interesting information with library resources about the book you just read. Each find is a Digital Bonus Entry into the prize drawings. Restrictions apply.
Space is limited. Grades 3-5 can report to the KidSpace desk to get a number to participate our monthly MineCraft Monday challenge! This will be a registered program starting in June.
This 4 week training session meets every Tuesday morning in May. Learn to use the mouse, keyboard, and begin searching the internet. Registering for the May 6 session reserves your seat for all 4 Tuesdays. There is no individual session registration.
What is the Cloud and how can you use it? This lecture/demonstration will show you about iCloud, DropBox, and other cloud storage and file sharing resources.
Come in and have any computer or technology question/problem answered. Representatives of FireLogic, a local computer service company will be on hand to help answer your concerns.