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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.

Advanced iPhone and iPad for Seniors
Enhance your iPhone and iPad knowledge with more in-depth instruction.  Gain a better understanding of the Camera app, Maps app, and Settings feature with its advanced choices. Learn how to work with your photos using various apps such as image and design, retouching and spot healing, coloring, and removing people and object in photos.

Apple Watch
Discover how to use your Apple watch for your own specific purposes and needs, whether it would be for health or recreation. Get an introduction to the watch, set up hardware features including taking phone calls. Learn how to download apps, customize your watch, use Apple pay, security features, and GPS through the watch.

Basic MacBook for Seniors
Learn how to operate and navigate your MacBook including storing files and folders, using Apple software and applications, creating updates and backups and maintaining it effectively.  Bring your personal MacBook to class in order to set it up properly.

Build Your Knowledge: Android Phones & Tablets
Learn to use your Android devices more effectively and efficiently including how to use the internet safely, apply passwords, use Google and its apps, integrate your device into daily life, explore social networks, read eBooks and understand the cloud. Bring your Android devices to class.

Computers: Getting to Know Them #1
Learn to navigate the basics in using a computer in a relaxed and comfortable class setting. Topics to be covered include personalizing your computer; setting up screensavers; using the mouse; accessing files and programs; setting up security and backup necessities; and working with emails and browsers.

Computers: Getting to Know Them #2
Build on the computer skills learned in Computers: Getting To Know Them #1. Create and operate emails; modify text; use and save attachments; understand toolbar controls; work with text size, columns, stationery, signatures, and receipts.

Computers: Getting to Know Them Part #3
Expand the skills learned in Part 2 through in-depth use of computers, input/output devices, managing and storing data, and working with software applications.

Computers: Getting to Know Email
Discover how to create and operate an email account effectively including using text modification, attachments, columns, and additional toolbars along with adjusting text sizes, creating stationery, receipts, and signatures, and blocking the unwanted senders.

Computers: Getting to Know Microsoft Excel
Discover all the things the spreadsheet Microsoft Excel can do and how to use it. Learn to use formulas, headers, colors, passwords, time stamps, and more.

Computers: Getting to Know Microsoft Word
Explore the word processing program, Microsoft Word. Discover how to use the various buttons and dropdown lists on the toolbar to produce letters, flyers, and memos and create and merge attachments for use with email.

Computers: Getting to Know Windows 10
Learn the skills necessary to navigate and use Windows 10 operating system efficiently and with confidence.

Expanded Uses of Technology
Learn how to navigate new and untried digital technology both on the computer and smart phones. Streaming, media manipulation; utilizing telemedicine programs in the age of COVID-19, sharing personal information and privacy concerns.

Genealogy in the Computer Lab
Learn the most effective ways and techniques to research family information online. Establish your own documented family tree and begin placing information in it. Some genealogy sites and software may have subscription costs.

Advanced Genealogy in the Computer Lab
In this follow-up to “Genealogy in the Computer Lab”, learn to do more complex searches on multiple websites in order to further your genealogical research. Storing and organizing genealogical data on a computer will be discussed. Familiarity with the computer and basic knowledge of genealogical websites is necessary.

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

Introduction to Windows 10, Part 1
Learn how to use the Windows 10 operating system including how to get started by setting up the mouse, screensavers, and security. Customize your own computer including managing files and folders, using apps, and navigating the web.

iPhone, iPads, iPods for Seniors
Learn how to get the most out of these devices. 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.

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.

Senior Bytes: Tech Tips and Tricks on your PC
Enhance your knowledge by using the latest technology for your PC. Learn about streaming services, online privacy, voice recognition, use of newer apps and multimedia platforms, how to search and shop, as well as monitoring your home and health online.

Windows 10, Part 2
Expand your skills and knowledge in using Windows 10 after taking Introduction to Windows 10, Part 1. Use input and output devices, the toolbar and control buttons, Microsoft Word, and software applications. Manage files, produce and merge attachments and create simple flyers.

Word 2016 Introduction
Learn the basics of the Word 2016 environment including how to create and edit simple documents, format documents, add tables and lists, design elements, layout options, and proof documents.