Princeton Public Library has a new technology series beginning today, September 10th, continuing through the end of the year. During the next four months, a variety of classes have been scheduled from intro classes in Email and Facebook, to high tech Arduino and Raspberry Pi sessions, to classes for improving office skills such as Microsoft Excel for Mac and PowerPoint for Mac and many more.
Striving to include sessions that are educational, relevant and cutting edge, the fall series includes thirteen new classes that will hopefully appeal to you or someone you know:
- Learn to Download our Digital Content
- Discover Evernote
- Intro to New Visual Media: Instagram and Tumblr
- Overview of Social Networking Sites
- Introduction to Email
- Creating a Facebook Account
- Microsoft Word for Mac
- Codecademy for Adults
- Raspberry Pi
- Introducing Arduino
- Beyond Mac Basics
- Introduction to Website Usage Statistics (Site Analytics)
- Graphic Design for Non-Designers
Sometimes downloading digital content onto devices is tricky so we have created a new program, Learn to Download our Digital Content, which will be held on the third Thursdays of each month, between 10 and 2. These sessions are designed to be one-on-one 30 minute appointments to help you learn to download from our electronic collections, which include, eBooks, digital magazines, audiobooks and music. Please contact us to schedule a time that is convenient for you.
In addition, we are very pleased to continue the popular Ask the Mac Pros series, thanks to local Mac expert volunteers from The Princeton Macintosh Users' Group. The sessions begin September 17th. Stop by anytime they are here for assistance with your Apple devices and Mac software.
There is no need to register for our technology classes but please arrive a few minutes early to get a seat in the Tech Center. As always, if you have any questions about our classes, ask us in person, by email, chat, or give us a call.
Photo by Scott McLeod, available under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
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