Sorry, this program is full. Learn what you can do with 3D printing and get an opportunity to design an object to print out on the library's Makerbot 3D printer. See demonstration of a print and gain hands-on experience with Tinkercad 3D software.
Sorry, this program is full. Learn the basics of Windows (navigating the web, opening and saving documents, downloading and emailing pictures) all while experiencing the unique features of Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 10. This is a demonstration class but PCs with Windows 10 will be available to follow along on. Participants are welcome to bring their own laptops or tablets.
Library staff will demonstrate how to access materials from the library’s digital magazine collection, including Zinio and Flipster. Participants are encouraged to bring their own tablet or mobile device for the hands-on learning experience.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to access the library’s free digital magazine collection! Space is limited, registration is required. Register online call 330.653.6658 x1010.
Stay up on the latest news and trends, and connect with friends. Twitter is a social networking site which allows users to send out updates, post links to interesting articles, photos and more! Learn how to create an account, send a tweet, retweet, and how to use and search hashtags. Prerequisites: email address, strong mouse, keyboard and web skills.
Library staff will go over the basics of using your Kindle Fire, including navigating, browsing the internet, downloading and using apps, and using your Kindle Fire as an e-reader. A demonstration on how to download materials from the library’s e-media collection, such as e-books and audiobooks, will be included. This class will be geared toward beginners, but more advanced users may learn a thing or two. Bring your Kindle Fire and your questions!
Learn the basics of using your iPad, including navigating, downloading and deleting apps, and accessing the internet. A demonstration on downloading e-media (e-books and recorded books) from the library’s e-media collection using the OverDrive app will be included. This class will be geared toward beginners, but more advanced users may learn a thing or two. Bring your iPad and your questions. Please bring your iPad, Apple ID and Apple ID password.
Build upon your basic Excel knowledge to learn how to use some of Excel’s more powerful features. This class will cover formulas and functions, sorting and filtering, advanced formatting and basic charts and graphs. Prerequisites: Participants must have taken Intro to Excel or be very familiar with Excel basics.
Have you learned the iPad basics and are ready to take it to the next level? Join library staff a free workshop on the latest iPad tips and tricks. Learn how to extend your iPad’s battery life, organize your apps, better secure your iPad, and use Facetime and the camera. We will also show you some of our favorite apps.
Prerequisite: Attendees must have taken iPad for Beginners or be very comfortable with iPad basics. Space is limited, registration is required. Register online or call 330.653.6658 x1010.
Learn what you can do with 3D printing and get an opportunity to design an object to print out on the Makerbot 3D printer! Join us to see a demonstration of a print and gain hands-on experience with Tinkercad 3D software.
MailChimp is a highly effective online email marketing tool. Learn how to create lists of email subscribers and send well-designed email blasts. Participants will create an email campaign from start to finish. Prerequisites: Strong mouse and keyboard skills.
Learn how to use your iPad to make and edit videos. This class covers iPad apps that can be used for making videos, adding fun effects, and general video editing. Prerequisites: Participants must have taken iPad for Beginners or be comfortable with navigating the device.