Classes Description

BASIC SKILLS I

(2 classes)
One of our most popular classes, this course introduces students to the basics of using computers. This course covers the basics techniques of using the mouse, basic word processing, basic internet, and email.


BASIC SKILLS  II
( 2 classes)
A continuation of the previous class, this course includes: review of skills learned in the first class; intermediate word processing; continued work on the internet and email; and an introduction to basic file management. It is recommended that you have finished basic skills I or have an equivalent amount of experience before taking this class.


WINDOWS 10 OPERATING SYSTEM
This Class Introduces students to the new Windows 10 Operating system, and it's advance features. This class covers the basics of windows functions such as the start button, task bars and apps and compares them with windows 7, vista and XP. Students gain the skills needed to operate Windows 10's new and basic features .

COMPUTER CLEAN-UP
This Class Introduces students to the fundamentals of cleaning and updating your computer and other electronic devices. Advance knowledge will be provided in order to help all users troubleshoot their own computer problems and concerns.

EXCEL
 (4 week sessions, 4 classes)

Introduces students to Microsoft Excel, an advanced spreadsheet application. This class covers the basics of spreadsheet functions and formulas and will teach students the skills needed to design grade books, household budgets, graphs, and loan amortization sheets. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word required.


POWERPOINT
 (4 week sessions, 4 classes)

Introduces students to the basics of Microsoft PowerPoint, an advanced presentation software application. This course walks participants through creating a three-slide presentation using text and graphics. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and internet required.


DIGITAL IMAGING
 (2 week sessions, 2 classes)

Introduces students to using computers to produce digital masterpieces. This class includes use of digital cameras, scanners, and Adobe Photoshop photo editing software. Basic computer skills required.


PUBLISHER
 (4 classes)

Introduces students to the basics of Microsoft Publisher, a desktop publishing application. This class teaches students to creatively design their own invitations, calendars, newsletters, CD covers, and business cards. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and internet required.


WEB DESIGN
 (4 week sessions, 4 classes)

Introduces students to creating web pages using Macromedia Dreamweaver and basic html. Participants will create a personal web page. Basic knowledge of computers and internet required.

CONTACT US

Email:     thebridge@oberlin.net
Address: 
82 South Main Street
              Oberlin, Ohio
Phone:    440-774-3820

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