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Technology Classes [Oct06-Oct13]

Technology Classes [Oct06-Oct13]

Published: October 02, 2018


Excel Basics
Monday, October 8 at 11 am
Learn the basics of Excel, a spreadsheet program that lets you store, organize, and manipulate data. This class will teach basic functions like AutoSum and AutoFill.

Excel: Formulas and Functions
Wednesday, October 10 at 11 am
Learn to create basic formulas or use already created functions to add numbers together, calculate a mortgage payment, or search for variables. Basic Excel skills required.

Excel: Graphs and Pivot Tables
Thursday, October 11 at 11 am
Learn how to give your presentations extra oomph by generating visual data using graphs and pivot tables in Excel. Basic Excel skills are necessary.


Using NoveList Plus
Wednesday, October 10 at 4:30 pm
Looking for a new author? Hoping to find a title similar to a favorite read? Join us as we explore NoveList Plus, the library's database that helps readers uncover more of what they like. Learn how to easily navigate this user-
friendly site and have questions answered by a trained librarian. 


One-on-One Technology Tutoring
Wednesdays, 11 am-3 pm
Bring in your phone, tablet, or laptop – or use one of the library's desktop computers – to get help with technology questions. Register for a 20-minute session by calling 828.466.6818.

Computer Class: Photos & Phones (& Tablets)
Tuesday, October 9 at 6 pm
Do you enjoy taking photos with your phone or tablet? Do you know what to do after you have the pictures on your device? This class will teach you how to print, share, or save your photos with a few simple techniques.


What Kinds of Careers Are Out There?
Wednesday, October 10 at 10 am
We'll introduce you to the online version of the Occupational Outlook Handbook to explore careers and filter searches by income, entry level, and education. The tool is an excellent place to start when you're trying to find practical information about careers, and it's helpful for students making decisions about the future. We'll show you how to access and navigate the handbook.