Adults interested in learning more about using a computer are invited to sign up for one or all in a series of classes at Oracle Public Library in Sept., Oct. and Nov. Sessions will be held on Sat. or Mon. beginning at 3:00 p.m.
Topics to be covered include: “Exploring the Internet” on Sept. 24, “Introduction to EBay” on Sept. 29, “Exploring Google” on Oct. 15, “Job Search Online” on Oct. 29, and “Your Resume” on Nov. 10.
Additional classes on these topics and other computer skills will be scheduled if there is sufficient interest.
The volunteer instructor is a retired corporate information technology troubleshooter and teacher. The classes are available courtesy of the Copper Corridor Business Success Center.
Class size is limited, so early sign-up at the library front desk is encouraged. Participants will receive a workbook so they can practice their computer skills on a home computer or at library computers during regular hours. A small fee will be charged to cover materials.
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