Creating your own website is really easy, and in this class you will learn how to do it. You will be exposed to free and low-cost online tools you can use to build a basic personal website. We will cover the use of domain names, basic web design principles, and integrating your site with other services such as Flickr, Facebook and Twitter. We'll do this without any complex programming.
Before taking this class, you should be comfortable using a computer and browsing websites.Materials: Flash (thumb) drive with pictures, texts, and other content you will want to use on your website.
Purchasing a "drop-in" date allows you to attend this class just once (or as many times as you like) without having to enroll in the class full-time.
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Get a crash course on Facebook. What it is, why it is so popular, and how to use it. This class is designed for the social media novice but someone who is familiar with computers and email. We'll talk about privacy and ethical issues and you'll get to log in and try Facebook for yourself in a computer lab.
When registering, be sure to include your email address so that you can receive communications from the instructor.
Learn the basics of this powerful but very accessible software tool. You will learn about the following:
Learn more of the basics of this powerful but very accessible software tool. You must have attended Part 1 or come with an understanding of everything discussed in Part 1. You will learn about the following:
Learn how to take advantage of all Apple's iPad has to offer. The class will begin with the basics of iPad-then we'll delve into the many fun and productive tasks you can accomplish with this powerful tablet computer.
Materials: An iPad2 (or greater), iPad Air, or iPad Mini is required. Bring it to class. Wi-Fi is available.