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Canva is a free, web-based design tool that offers everything needed to easily turn ideas into stunning designs. Learn how to create designs for Web or print including blog graphics, presentations, Facebook covers, flyers, posters, invitations, and so much more. Prerequisites: Email address, strong mouse, keyboard and web navigation skills.
An intermediate level Excel course covering some basic business functions such as formatting charts & tables and using named ranges. Prerequisites: Participants must have taken Excel for Beginners or be very comfortable with Excel basics.
If you made a New Year's resolution to improve your health in 2018? The Hudson Library & Historical Society can help you stick to your goals. On Monday, January 29th at 2pm, the library will offer a class on health and fitness apps for your smartphone or other mobile device. Get an overview on the latest and most popular free health and fitness apps that will help you stay on track. Prerequisites: Smartphone or mobile device required to use apps.
Discover the vast amount of information available through the Library’s premium database collection for your genealogy research needs. This class will introduce you to non-traditional genealogy databases to help with your quest in researching your family history.
Stop by our digital family history center and get started preserving your family memories digitally! During our Family History Scan Day we can help you convert slides, negatives, VHS tapes, vinyl records, cassette tapes, and photos to digital format. Call (330) 653-6658 x1010 to book a one hour appointment with one of our emerging technologies librarians.
Design an object to print on our Makergear M2 3D printer. Get an opportunity to see a 3D printer in action and gain hands-on experience with Tinkercad 3D design software. Prerequisites: Strong mouse and keyboard skills.
Part of Microsoft Office Month get a hands-on introduction to Microsoft Word. The class will be an introduction to the word processing software, and attendees will receive hands-on experience in Word, including creating a document, using editing features, inserting graphics, and design options. Prerequisites: Basic mouse and keyboard skills. Participants who complete the series will receive a library certificate (*not associated with Microsoft certification).
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