Date: Jul 17th, 2013
Are you interested in improving your computer skills? Our mobile laptop lab will be at Mississippi Library in August, and Anoka County Library is presenting a wide variety of hands on computer classes to help you learn the computer skills you need for your job and career. Mississippi Library is located at 410 Mississippi Street in Fridley.
“If you don’t have computer skills, this is a great way to become accustomed to the tools of nearly every trade these days,” said Anoka County Commissioner Robyn West.
Classes are free to participants but space is limited. Registration is required for all classes.
“Computer skills are a necessity in today’s job market,” said Library Board President Bob Thistle. “Take advantage of these free classes to sharpen your skills, presented at a convenient location – your neighborhood library.”
|Microsoft® Word Introduction for Your Job and Career, Part 1||Monday, August 5||5:45 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.|
|Internet Introduction for Your Job and Career||Tuesday, August 6||10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.|
|Microsoft® Word Introduction for Your Job and Career, Part 2||Wednesday, August 7||5:45 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.|
|Microsoft® PowerPoint Introduction for Your Job and Career||Saturday, August 10||10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.|
|Microsoft® Excel Basics for Your Job and Career||Monday, August 12||5:45 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.|
|Create a Website for Your Business or Organization||Wednesday, August 14||5:45 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.
|LinkedIn – Day 1||Tuesday, August 6||1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.|
|LinkedIn – Day 2||Thursday, August 8||1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.|
Create a Website for Your Business or Organization – Discover how to use open source resources such as Word Press to develop a free or inexpensive website for your small business, community organization or blog. Learn how to set up a site, how to navigate the settings, and tips to generate traffic. Bring a picture, image or logo representing your business on a flash drive.
Internet Introduction for Your Job and Career - The Internet is filled with useful information for those who can make sense of the maze. Learn to navigate the Web with browsing, addresses, and search engines. This is a hands-on computer class.
LinkedIn – This two day workshop is designed to provide the tools to navigate this social networking site. Day 1: Learn how to navigate this social networking site and draft your profile. Day 2: Learn how to showcase your expertise, look for jobs and build and use your network to help research information that will assist you in finding a job. In order for LinkedIn to be an asset, you have to be an active member. Registration automatically enrolls you in both days of instruction. Prerequisite: Must be comfortable with using the computer and please register on LinkedIn BEFORE attending class.
Microsoft® Word Introduction for Your Job and Career, Part 1 - Word is used to create business documents, resumes, and cover letters. In this class, you will learn how to enter and edit text, apply formatting, and save files. Prerequisite: Ability to use the keyboard and mouse.
Microsoft® Word Introduction for Your Job and Career, Part 2 - Already familiar with the basics of Word? This class will help you maximize your use of Word. Learn more about page layout. The class covers margins, page breaks, AutoCorrect, AutoFormat, page numbers, headers, footers, lists, tabs and tables. Prerequisite: Microsoft® Word Introduction for Your Job and Career, Part 1 or knowledge of the basics of Word.
Microsoft® Excel Basics for Your Job and Career - Excel is used in the workplace for accounting, tracking inventory and organizing data. Learn how to work with spreadsheets, create formulas and build a budget. Prerequisite: Ability to use the keyboard and mouse.
Microsoft® PowerPoint Introduction for Your Job and Career - PowerPoint is used to create dynamic slideshows that communicate information to an audience. Learn how to format slide text, add images and select transitions for your presentation. Prerequisite: Ability to use the keyboard and mouse.
These Anoka County Library programs are presented by the Science Museum of Minnesota Computer Education Center, Twin Cities Media Alliance, and the Anoka County WorkForce Center and are funded by MELSA (Metropolitan Library Service Agency) and Anoka County WorkForce Center. For more detailed class information or to register online for classes, please call 763-571-1934.