Grand Rapids - The need to re-enter the workforce is making many peoplere-evaluate their computer skills. Here's a free connection to getyou started.
Generation X may find this hard to believe, but not everyoneknows how to use a computer. The Grand Rapids Public Library isopening their doors to help those who want to learn
The Introduction to Computers Class is for adults who want toknow how the basic components and operating systems of personalcomputing work, including operating the mouse, saving files andusing storage devices.
If you have a working knowledge of computers and someexperience, you can move on to a course that covers Internetbasics. Students will learn how to use a web browser to navigate online and how to search for basic information.
From there you can take courses in word processing, email, andareas of special interest like genealogy.
All of the classes offered at the computer lab at the GrandRapids Public Library's main branch downtown are free and open on afirst come, first serve basis. The schedule varies monthly andclasses tend to fill up fast.
Free Computer Literacy Classes
Learn the basics from using the mouse to storing data
Next step: Internet basics and beyond
Adult computer classes are free, no pre-registrationnecessary
Schedule varies monthly
Grand Rapids Public Library
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