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Senior Computer Courses

Learn basic skills or gain additional knowledge in computers and various software applications. Discover how to get the most out of your iPad or smart device.

Android Phones and Tablets
Learn how to use an Android smart device, including how to install and use apps, take photos, video, and download books.

Beyond Beginners for Android Phone and Tablet Users
Learn how to use your Android device more effectively and efficiently for personal enrichment, including using the internet safely, applying passwords, talking to Google, working with Google apps, integrating your devices into daily life exploring popular and practical apps and social networks, reading eBooks and understanding the cloud. Please bring your Android device to class.

Beyond Beginners for iPhone and iPad Users
Learn how to use your Apple devices more effectively and efficiently for personal enrichment, including using the internet safely, talking to Siri, integrating the phone or tablet into daily life (alarms, reminders, calendars, locations, etc.), banking, paying bills, exploring popular and practical apps, reading eBooks and understanding the iCloud. Please bring your Apple devices to class.

Computers: Getting to Know Them, Part 1
Learn the beginning skills needed to efficiently navigate and use the Microsoft Windows operating system on your computer.

Introduction to Computers
Learn the basics about computers in a relaxed and comfortable setting.  This course includes word processing, email, internet surfing and other basic computer concepts.

Computers: Getting to Know Them Part 2
Expand on previously learned skills. Learn about input/output devices, managing and storing data and working with software applications. Topics include: introduction to Microsoft Word (word processor); purpose of the various "buttons" and "drop-down" lists on the toolbar; using Word for producing letters & memos; producing and merging attachments for use in email.

Introduction to Computers
Learn the basics about computers in a relaxed and comfortable setting. This course includes word processing, email, Internet surfing and other basic computer concepts.

Intro to Computers I- Basics
Learn basic computer concepts in a relaxed and comfortable class setting. This course covers email, safe use of internet, word processing, hardware and software and spread sheets.

Introduction to Using Your MacBook
Set-up and use your MacBook with confidence. Learn how to organize and store files and folders, how to navigate using built-in Apple software programs such as iTunes, word-processing and photography. Also receive an explanation of iCloud along with how to maintain the MacBook for a long life.

iPad for Seniors
Learn how to get the most out of your iPad. Discover how to take complete advantage of this user-friendly technology. Explore setup, navigating screens, Wi-Fi connection, mobile data network and more. Work with photos/video/music files. MANDATORY: You must own an Apple iPad and bring it to each class.

iPhone, iPads, iPods for Seniors
Learn how to get the most out of your iPhone, iPad or iPod. Discover how to take complete advantage of this user-friendly technology. Explore setup, navigating screens, Wi-Fi connection, mobile data network and more. Work with photos/video/music files. MANDATORY: You must have your own Apple device and bring it to each class.

Learn to Use Your MacBook Laptop
Bring your MacBook laptop to class and learn how to use all of the features, applications, navigate the operating system, customize your desktop, add peripherals, trouble shooting.

Selling Online Successfully
Learn how to upload your product information on the internet and how to successfully complete transactions.  Find out the rules for selling items on eBay and Etsy, provide tips on how to visually present your items and what essential information is to sell, such as pricing, protecting your transactions, safeguards, and shipping.

Social Networking
Become familiar with the concept of social networking and gain an overview of the types of social media in use today. Learn how to setup social media such as: Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, DIGG, MySpace, and LinkedIn, and integrate them into everyday life.

Using Google and Its Apps
Learn to use Google Chrome and many of its apps effectively and efficiently: browse online with Google Chrome; send and receive messages with Gmail; use Google Docs to word process and make presentations; find locations with Google Maps; and use YouTube.

Windows 10 Introduction
Learn to manage apps, use the web with Windows 10, plus manage and personalize Windows 10.