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This overview of the internet will introduce students to the tools located on the web browser, including cookies, popups, spyware and search history. Learn tips for safeguarding privacy and Internet security. Practice conducting searches, printing and filing web pages and organizing favorites. Email topics include sending and organizing email and downloading attachments.
The iPad is more than a gadget for playing games and showing pictures: it can become an integral part of your life. This beginner class will discuss iPad set-up, controls and navigation, the keyboard and Siri, accessing Wi-Fi, downloading and organizing apps, using FaceTime for video calls and camera basics. Please bring your iPad to class fully charged.
This class is for those who are comfortable with the basic features of their iPad. Learn how to: navigate with icons, use contacts, calendar and maps, search the iPad and the Internet, back up and store files on the Cloud, view movies and TV programs, synchronize files with iTunes, use email and organize photos. Please bring your iPad to class fully charged.
The iPad is loaded with camera features for the casual photographer. This session covers the basics of shooting pictures and videos, enhancing and cropping photos, organizing and sharing your photo and video library, and copying photos to your computer. Participants should bring their iPad fully charged and updated to at least iOS 8.1.
Participants will have hands-on lessons learning to use the iPhone camera. This will include: accessing the camera, using the grid, focus and exposure features, HDR, saving, emailing, optional lenses and tripods. Please bring your iPhone and charging cord to connect to the computer.
Learn to use camera applications for the iPhone such as Camera+ and other photo apps, VSCO and Slow Shutter. Students will learn how to set ISO, shutter speed, white balance, stabilization and macro settings. This is a hands-on class with practice after each feature is demonstrated. Bring fully charged iPhone with the latest operating system installed and the cord to charge the iPhone. Have Camera+ downloaded from the app store prior to the first class.
Learn how to edit iPhone photos using Snapseed, PS Express, Photoshop Fix, Lightroom and Perfectly Clear. This class will be a lecture and demonstration with hands-on practice. Bring fully-charged iPhone with the latest operating system installed and the cord to charge the iPhone. Have the free Snapseed app installed on your phone prior to the first class.
Learn to use more Google features, such as Gmail and search tips, using Picasa photos, Google Docs, translations and much more. Learn how to create a personalized/shared calendar, make free phone calls, use cloud to print from anywhere and download books, music and apps from the Google play store.
From the Start Menu to the interface, the Windows 10 operating system is different. Learn the eight major changes and how to solve some of the problems that the upgrade may have created on your computer. Bring Windows 10 questions with you to class.
Learn how to keep computers running smoothly by using system tools, utility programs, firewalls and virus protection. Participants will also learn how to handle a computer crash, decipher error messages, archive and delete files and keep computers updated automatically. Prerequisite: Basic Computer Skills
Planning a trip this year? Turn your smart phone or tablet into a travel companion that will save time and aggravation and bring entertainment on-the-go. This class is packed with tips on finding WiFi, saving battery life, storing maps, using trip planners and finding the best travel apps. Bring your device to class fully charged.
Wonder what all those buttons and menus are on digital cameras? Learn ways to become more comfortable using digital cameras and their features. This personal attention, hands on class explores features of digital cameras by looking at a variety of topics in camera features. Students must bring a digital camera, camera manual, spare batteries or an AC adapter to each class.
This program is designed for hands-on learning and will actively engage children in their own learning process while encouraging them to use their imagination. Children will experiment with basic Lego robotics and build "weebots" while exploring working motors, sensors, simple programming and more. Parent/guardian must fully participate in the activities. This program is not appropriate for children younger or older than the advertised age range. Participating children must be registered.
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