Registration new open for Spring 2015 Classes 

Don't be's just a computer! Learn the basics this spring with a class!

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Clueless on Computers

Instructor, Brian Oswald
You are never too old to learn – especially if you are new to computers. Start at the beginning and learn the basics of using your computer. Cover everything from using the mouse to shutting off your computer! If you are wondering if this class might be too difficult for you, then this class is actually meant for you. (Windows Tips and Tricks or Files, Folders, and Finding Things may be a good follow up to this class.)


Windows Tips and Tricks

Instructor, Brian Oswald
In Windows, there is always more than one way to do things. This class looks at some of the shortcuts that are built in to Windows to help you get things done faster. We will discuss topics such as keyboard shortcuts, right-click menus, and other little gems hidden in Windows that you may find useful. This class is intended for you if you have a very basic understanding of Windows, but wish to know more. Suggested prerequisite: Clueless on Computers or a very basic understanding of Windows.
Class meets every Tuesday, April 21 & 28, 6:30-8:30pm, $39


Mastering iPad® Tablet and iPhone® Basics - Class is Full

Please contact our office to be put on our waitlist 262-521-5460.

Instructor, Shawn Cannon
Explore the wonderful world of Apple iPad 2, 3, 4, iPad mini tablet, or iPhone and get the most out of your new mobile digital device. You will leave the class knowing how to use apps, gesturing, customizing home screens, typing, adding content, using settings as well as troubleshooting common device issues and setting up security. Everything you need to know is in this workshop! Prerequisite: Must have an email and an active iTunes® application account; bring your iPad or iPhone.
Class meets every Monday, Apr 6 - Apr 20, 6:00pm-8:00pm, $79


Learn to love your Apple by learning what it can do!

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Files, Folders and Finding Things

Instructor, Brian Oswald
Ever wonder where all of your files actually end up on your computer? Want to move files from your digital camera, or other portable device, but not sure how the information is stored? Have you ever downloaded something, and then not known where to find it? This class will help you understand how your computer organizes your information, so that you might be able to find what you need.
Class meets every Tuesday, May 12 - 26, 6:30pm-8:30pm, $54

Protecting Your Privacy Online

Instructor, Brian Oswald
What does the online world know about you? What are you telling them without even realizing it? In this class, we look at how to make your computer safe from internet snoopers and hackers. We then look at what search engines like Google and Bing know about you, and how they find out. Finally, we take a look at social networks like Facebook, and discuss how to be safer when using them. You might also like: How The Internet Works.
Class meets every Thursday, May 14 - 28, 6:30-8:30 pm, $54

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Basic Computer Troubleshooting

Instructor, Brian Oswald
This is part three of the Computer Technology Series. This class is designed to follow Basic Computer Maintenance. We build on your knowledge of basic maintenance and general computer operations to discover how to identify the cause of computer problems and repair those problems.  When you are finished with this class, you should be able to perform basic repairs, or at least communicate better with anyone you may want to have work on your computer.
Prerequisite: Basic Computer Maintenance class, or a good understanding of the tasks needed to keep a computer running in good condition.