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Computer Classes at PPL


Computer classes are free and open to the public. Registration is helpful, but walk-ins are always welcome. When attendance is high, computers may not be available for all participants, but classroom exercises and demonstrations are projected for easy viewing. During classes, lab computers are unavailable for general use.



September Computer Classes


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Click here for a printable class schedule


Computer Class Online Evaluation




Computers for Beginners


Tuesday, September 8th and 
Thursday, September 10th

2:00 to 3:30 p.m. 

A great place to start! This class will provide an overview of hardware, software, the internet, computers, smartphones, tablets, ereaders, applications, email, instant messaging, and much more! Bring your questions.


The same class is being offered twice—and yes, you are more than welcome to attend both classes! 



Facebook for Beginners


Tuesday, September 15th

2:00 to 3:30 p.m.


Learn all about the services of Facebook, today’s most popular social network. We can help you set up a new account or make the most of your existing Facebook page. We’ll even take your photo and help you post it on your page!
 

But beware, mateys! It’s Pirate Day at the library!



Email for Beginners


Thursday, September 17th

2:00 to 3:30 p.m.


This class will cover the basics of email including sending, receiving, forwarding and deleting email messages. Plus, sending and receiving attachments, such as photos. 



Digital Photos for Beginners


Tuesday, September 22

2:00 to 3:30 p.m.


You’ve got a digital camera or phone full of photos...now what? Learn to save pictures from your camera to the computer. From there, we’ll show you how to send and receive photos in email and on Facebook. This class will also provide an introduction to photo editing including cropping, resizing, removing redeye, and more. 



Computer Q & A


Thursday, September 24th

2:00 to 3:30 p.m.

We have a lot of great questions in our computer classes, but don’t always have the time to get to all of them. In Computer Q & A, you’ll have the opportunity to ask all of your computer related questions. Bring a list!





New to Computers? Try an Online Tutorial

Computers for Beginners Part I


Computers for Beginners Part II