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Earlier, I mentioned here that the library will be offering training, thanks to generous donations from the Friends organization, on hardware and software starting this summer.

We are trying to survey our patrons and others in the community about what they would like to see us offer in the way of training. The survey form is available at the library and on our Facebook page.

Here are the classes we are proposing, although this does not have to be the comprehensive list:

Basic computer skills, to include basic Internet searches

How to set up and use e-mail and maintain an e-mail account

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Powerpoint

Microsoft Publisher

Adobe Photoshop

How to use a Kindle or other tablet

Google search techniques

Google applications

Verifying information/rumors using the web

Craigslist for beginners

Facebook 101

Resume-building 101

Using the web to search for a job

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-- Carroll Wilson

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