The very basic of computer classes

The very basic of computer classes

Do you know someone who wants to learn to search online but has no idea how to get started? Someone who doesn’t know a mouse from a touch screen? Someone who wants to know what everyone is doing on the computer, has heard of Google, but has no idea how to “Google"?

Princeton Public Library offers classes for beginners. If you’re reading this blog, I think it’s safe to say, this class isn’t for you! But maybe you know someone who would benefit from computer lessons.

Princeton Public Library’s beginner computer classes introduce the novice computer user to basic computer terminology, navigating the desktop, and opening and using software.The course is hands on, giving students guidance and suggestions on how to successfully do a few basic searches. Some popular searches are local news, the weather forecast, recipes and how to find images.

If you know someone who is interested, you can sign them up for the Two-Part Session on July 13 and 20th at 1:30, or the One-Part Session on Saturday, August 11 at 9:30.

Photo by speartoons, available under a Creative Commons Attribution license.

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