Like it or not, computers are here to stay. They can make life easier, but getting started can be difficult. Edmond Library has a way to help make computer use anxiety free. They are offering a series of classes and question and answer sessions to help increase computer skills in the community.
Classes are held each Wednesday at 1 p.m. and question and answer sessions are Thursdays at 1 p.m. Topics cover basics, like email, social media, Windows 8, using health information websites, and advanced programs like digital photography, website design, online genealogy sources, how to safeguard your computer from viruses and more.
“We are offering a wide variety of practical courses to help people become more comfortable with computers and increase computing skills of users who have a basic knowledge as well,” said Edmond librarian, Jill McFall. “We tackle popular subjects like label printing, video chat, buying online and many other common computer uses to help people maximize their computing skills.”
The next class is June 3 and covers eBooks and eMedia, just in time for summer reading. Learn how to use tablets, laptops, smart phones and computers to read for 20 minutes a day and earn cool incentives. The library offers downloadable eBooks, audiobooks and digital magazines making reading a wide variety of material available with a click or a tap.
Upcoming Technology Classes