What is your digital legacy? Do you have lots of digital photos, videos, Facebook and email correspondence that you want to organize and save for yourself and future generations? Learn about organizing and maintaining your personal digital footprint. Registration Required.
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How should I be backing up my important data? What kind of anti-malware program should I be using? If I have a MAC, am I really safer than my friends on PCs? Come out to this interactive lecture to learn the insider answers to the above questions and more from the tech experts at FireLogic.
Learn about coding by creating a simple game, interactive greeting card, or a website using free software on the internet. Coding isnt just for geeks. Its a good way to be creative. Registration required.
Adult learners call 847-663-6432 to request an appointment for one 50 minute session with the trainer. Get help using the Internet, library catalog, databases, e-mail, saving/storing pictures and files. Bring your tablet, laptop pc or use the Librarys computer for your training.
Learn to use the free version of Microsoft Excel - the Excel Web App. An MSN account is required. If you have Hotmail, MSN Mail, or an Outlook.com account you already have free access to Office Web Apps through the Sky Drive. If you don't have an account, please create one before class. Familiarity with the Word Web App and Registration Required.
A live demo lecture from Derrick Wlordarz of FireLogic.Net will walk through SkyDrive, the free version of the Microsoft Office. SkyDrive also works as a free document and photo backup service. Patrons are welcome to bring their own laptops to follow along. A formal Q&A will be offered to answer all questions.
Join our session on Tuesday April 8 at 1pm.
Practice your computer skills. Stop in the Training Lab to get help with email, using MS Word, saving documents and photos, etc. Bring your own laptop or tablet if you have one or use the computers in the Lab. No Reservation walk in.
Lynda.com is a premier training source available to Niles Library Card holders. Find out how to use it to get instruction on over 2300 subjects. Watch, Listen, Practice, and Learn using your library card!
Adult learners call 847-663-6432 to request an appointment for one 50 minute session with the trainer. Get help using the Internet, library catalog, databases, e-mail, saving/storing pictures and files. Bring your tablet, laptop PC or use the Librarys computer for your training.