Classes are free but seating is limited.
Classes are held from 2-4pm usually on Tuesday and Thursday in the Training Lab on the lower level of the library. Some evening classes are offered on Thurdays from 6-8pm, however they are accelerated and condensed.
Introductory to intermediate levels of training are offered.
Students enjoy lectures and hands-on training.
Class materials include updated and detailed handouts for you to take home.
To register for a class, phone David at 205.332.6632 or email the Instructor.
|Introduction to the Computer||Learn computer basics and how to use the mouse|
|Introduction to Windows||Learn how to manage and maintain your computer|
|Introduction to the Internet||Learn to browse the Internet|
|Using Email||Send and receive messages, attach files, and more|
|Microsoft Excel 2007 - Part I & II||Learn to create spreadsheets and use functions|
|Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 - Part I & II||Create presentations and templates|
|Microsoft Word 2007 - Part I & II||Learn to create, format and edit documents|
|Using Copy and Paste||Learn to transfer text, files, and edit photos|
|Microsoft Publisher 2007 - Part I & II||Learn to create flyers, brochures, and more the easy way|
|eBooks & Your Nook||Learn how to download and read eBooks from the library|
UniversalClass™ has online computer training courses that will not only help you become a more valuable asset to your company, but are also great to document on your resume all the skills you have learned.
Microsoft offers online training courses in Office 2010, 2007 & 2003. They also have downloadable courses available.