New computer users will learn basic skills by taking these classes. Students who take Computer Basics Level 1 will become more comfortable using the mouse and keyboard. Computer Basics Level 2 will help students learn about files and folders and how they are organized on a computer.
For those interested in improving their job skills, the Library offers course tracks for the following career paths: Administrative Assistant, Bookkeeper, and Web Maintenance Specialist. Each track includes recommended OCLS technology classes for beginner, intermediate, and more advanced learners.
Our courses cover the entire suite of Microsoft Office applications, including: Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word. Whether you are interested in job training or personal improvement, these classes will help to improve your skills.
Virtual Galleries bring together selected library and Web resources about a topic or theme in one place. Visit the Mobile Resources VG to read about smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Also find other Library mobile resources on this page.
Open source software is a free alternative to commercial programs. Visit SourceForge to explore a wide range of projects currently under development, including the popular office suite Apache OpenOffice.
Download free e-books from the Library using OverDrive or Freading for your mobile device. Many titles from the OverDrive collection are also compatible with the Kindle application for iPhone and Android devices.
Browse the Library's Mobile-Friendly Resources page for a collection of Library-related online resources for your smartphone and mobile device. Access the Library's website from your smartphone by visiting: m.ocls.info.