Tech Classes

Internet Safety Basics

Learn how to protect yourself from scams, dangers, and misinformation in the online environment. Includes how to create strong passwords, evaluate websites, and customize your web browser options.

Registration is recommended. Register below, or contact the Reference Desk at 401-247-1920 x2. If you choose to bring your laptop, please include your computer's operating system in the form below.

Register for either Tuesday, March 19 at 10 am OR Thursday, March 21 at 6:30 pm.

Internet Safety Basics

Learn how to protect yourself from scams, dangers, and misinformation in the online environment. Includes how to create strong passwords, evaluate websites, and customize your web browser options.

Registration is recommended. Register below, or contact the Reference Desk at 401-247-1920 x2. If you choose to bring your laptop, please include your computer's operating system in the form below.

Register for either Tuesday, March 19 at 10 am OR Thursday, March 21 at 6:30 pm.

Gmail Basics

Learn how to create an account, send and receive email, privacy, and storage. You do not need a Gmail or email account to attend this class. If you do have a Gmail account, please bring your email address and password.

Basic computer skills are necessary for this class. Registration is recommended. Register below, or contact the Reference Desk at 401-247-1920 x2. If you choose to bring your laptop, please include your computer's operating system in the form below.

Register for either Tuesday, March 12 at 10 am OR Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 pm.

Gmail Basics

Learn how to create an account, send and receive email, privacy, and storage. You do not need a Gmail or email account to attend this class. If you do have a Gmail account, please bring your email address and password.

Basic computer skills are necessary for this class. Registration is recommended. Register below, or contact the Reference Desk at 401-247-1920 x2. If you choose to bring your laptop, please include your computer's operating system in the form below.

Register for either Tuesday, March 12 at 10 am OR Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 pm.

Computer Basics, Internet, & Search Engines

Computer Basics, Internet, & Search Engines: Learn about and how to use a computer, including the desktop, keyboard, and mouse/touchpad, and the Internet, including how to access and navigate a web browser and use search engines.

This is an introductory class for beginners with minimal or no computer experience. Registration is recommended. Register below, or contact the Reference Desk at 401-247-1920 x2. If you choose to bring your laptop, please include your computer's operating system in the form below.

Computer Basics, Internet, & Search Engines

Computer Basics, Internet, & Search Engines: Learn about and how to use a computer, including the desktop, keyboard, and mouse/touchpad, and the Internet, including how to access and navigate a web browser and use search engines.

This is an introductory class for beginners with minimal or no computer experience. Registration is recommended. Register below, or contact the Reference Desk at 401-247-1920 x2. If you choose to bring your laptop, please include your computer's operating system in the form below.

Google Drive Basics

Google Drive Basics is a 2-hour class. Learn how to access, navigate, and use basic features of Google’s online storage and document services. Bring your laptop or media device and follow along. You do not need a Gmail account to attend.

Google Drive Basics

Google Drive Basics is a 2-hour class. Learn how to access, navigate, and use basic features of Google’s online storage and document services. Bring your laptop or media device and follow along. You do not need a Gmail account to attend.

Microsoft Excel Basics

Microsoft Excel is a 2-hour class. Learn the main functions by creating a basic budget spreadsheet with charts and formulas. Then, learn about conditional formatting, freezing rows, and using tables. Basic computer skills are necessary for this class. Please note: We will be using Microsoft Excel 2016.

Register for either Tuesday, February 19 at 10 am OR Thursday, February 21 at 6:30 pm.

Microsoft Excel Basics

Microsoft Excel is a 2-hour class. Learn the main functions by creating a basic budget spreadsheet with charts and formulas. Then, learn about conditional formatting, freezing rows, and using tables. Basic computer skills are necessary for this class. Please note: We will be using Microsoft Excel 2016.

Register for either Tuesday, February 19 at 10 am OR Thursday, February 21 at 6:30 pm.

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