prepared by Regina Gillam
Do you need to brush up on your computer skills or are they non-existent? If either is the case, you should come to the free computer basics classes at the library.
The Delgado Community College Library and the Adult Education (GED) Program are hosting FREE Basic Computer Classes. The seminars are presented every Friday from 1- 3 in the library classroom. The library classroom is located in building 10, room 134.
The next class will be held on February 22nd and will focus on learning about email. Each class covers a different topic.
Topics that have been covered in previous seminars include: “keyboarding and computer terminology,” “Working with Windows” and “Microsoft office”. All classes are two hours long. The first hour of the class consists of instruction on the selected topic. The second hour of the class is the hands-on portion where students get to practice what they've learned. The classes are on a first-come, first-served basis and pre-registration is not required.
|The more things change, the more they stay the same - as evidenced by the fact that 27 years ago Delgado was providing computer-literacy education, just as we are now.|