Computer Classes

Teen Computer Classes!

Every month, our technology trainer holds computer classes for teens ages 10-18.  This month he will be teaching 3 Google classes.  The classes are taught in small groups in our computer lab by our experienced technical guru, Loyd Huhn. He can help you master Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides so that your next school assignment looks slick and professional! Register for these FREE classes through our website or call us at 832-559-4200 to reserve your spot.

  • Google Docs for Teens
  • Wednesday, October 11 at 4pm in the Community Computer Lab, L216
  • Learn to navigate Google Docs and use the basic functions to make professional looking documents. 
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  • Google Slides for Teens
  • Wednesday, October 18 at 4pm in the Community Computer Lab, L216
  • Learn to navigate Google Slides and use the basic functions to make professional looking presentations. 
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  • Google Sheets for Teens
  • Tuesday, October 24 at 4pm in the Community Computer Lab, L216
  • Learn to navigate Google Sheets and use the basic functions to make professional looking spreadsheets. 
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Adult Services & Technology Training Courses This October

 

Adults - Check out what all Adult & Technology Services has planned next month at your library!

Click on the following link to download your own copy:
https://tinyurl.com/y7anxgxn

The Friends of Freeman Library make these free events & services possible.

Technology Topics for July

To register for a technology class at the Northwest Branch Library, please visit the calendar here. Technology education classes and topics for the Month of June include:

Website design with WIX

In the online age that we live in, having a professional website is an absolute necessity for nearly all career choices and business ventures. A great website can simultaneously operate as a marketing tool, a store platform, a display of works and skills, a communication channel and as an engine for branding. Ability Level: Intermediate. Requirements: Must be able to type, use mouse, have an email address and have some familiarity with social media. Dates: July 8th and July 22nd at 10:00am. 

Learn Computer Science at Home!

CPU InteriorAre you familiar with how to use computers but don't have any idea about how they actually work? If you think it's time for you to explore the "technical" side of computers then try your hand at these free helpful Basics of Computer Science learning modules from the University of Tennessee. Who knows, you may just learn a thing or two!

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