Tuesdays May 15 – June 5 | 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Pre-registration required | Call 715.232.2164 x10 | Class size limited to 15
All classes held at the Menomonie Public Library. Classes are free.
- May 15
- Internet Extended – A continuation of the Internet Basics course offered in February. Participants will learn how to use the Internet for research purposes, including using Boolean search, Wikipedia, and more.
- May 22
- Email Extended – A continuation of the Email Basics course offered in February, participants will learn how to use mailing lists, attach files, organize emails, and more.
- May 29
- Taste of Tech – During this session, a variety of technology will be demonstrated, including iPads, iPods, eReaders, and laptops. Participants will have the opportunity to experience each device hands-on. There will also be time to ask questions about your personal mobile devices, including your cell phone. No prior experience needed.
- June 5
- Skype – Participants will learn how to utilize Skype to safely chat face-to-face with family and friends over the Internet. An email address and basic mouse and keyboard skills are required.
Classes sponsored by: UW Stout AmeriCorps/Vista Bridging the Digital Divide; UW Extension; Menomonie Public Library