Princeton Public Library's Fall Technology Classes have started. From now through December, the library is offering over 30 classes from Downloading e-Books to Marketing Your Small Business with Pinterest to an iPhoto class and more. Our instructors are experts in the fields they're teaching and are looking forward to teaching what they're passionate about.
If you haven't had a chance to visit the Technology Center, this fall is the time to stop in. The library currently has nine iMacs for public use with a great variety of software including iLife 2011, iWork 2009, iBooks Author, OpenOffice 3.3.0, iTunes and Microsoft Office for Mac 2011. In addition, we have an iMac with Adobe Creative Suite 55 Production Premium for those who are interested in higher end production.
If you're a beginner computer user, or know someone who would like to learn the very basics, we have classes on many Monday evenings from 5:30 to 7. Like the other classes, the schedule can be found in our brochure or on the library events calendar. These classes are taught on our PCs.
There is one major change to our classes this fall which is that except for the Coding Bootcamp for Tweens course, there is no registration. Be sure to get a seat by coming a little early!
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