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Introduction to G-Mail

Are you interested in setting up an email account but aren’t sure where to start? Do you already have an email but want to learn how to manage it better? This class is designed to give you the basic tools to get started. It’ll focus specifically on Google’s free email—Gmail—however, all of the basic information is transferable to other free email clients like Yahoo! Mail or Hotmail.

Each class is divided into two parts. The first half hour of the class will walk you through the process of signing up for a Gmail account. After that we’ll cover inbox and message composition basics. If you already have an e-mail account, you do not need to attend the first half hour. Registration is Required!

Thursday, September 22nd   9:30—11:00 am

Wednesday, September 28th 6:30—8:00 pm

2nd floor Computer Lab

 

Introduction to Social Media

Are you curious about the world of social media? Do you have a Facebook or Twitter account but struggle to use it? This class will provide a brief overview of some of today’s most popular social media platforms and then provide a more in-depth look at how to use Facebook and Twitter. Registration is Required!

Thursday, October 20th 9:30—10:30 am 

Wednesday, October 26th   6:30—7:30 pm 

2nd floor Computer Lab

 

E-Reader Open House

If you have an e-reader or tablet that you want to learn more about, stop by during one of our E-Reader Open House. No appointment or registration is necessary. You can come any time during the open house to ask questions and learn more about your device.

 

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