|Computer Basics - 10/23 -10am - 11:30am
This class is for anyone just beginning to learn how to use a computer. We will briefly go over the physical computer parts, how to turn the computer on and off, the desktop, Start menu, and how 'Windows' work. We will also spend time learning how to use the mouse and keyboard. No previous experience with computers necessary!
Researching 101 - 10/30 -10am - 11:30am
Are you new to LCC or new to the library? How do you find the information you need for a research assignment, for work, or for life? In this workshop we will review research strategies, how to navigate the library's web page, library services, and print and digital resources. Come learn how to navigate the library and use its resources with confidence!
NC Live Databases - 11/13 -10am - 11:30am
This class covers resources and databases available through NC Live. Learn how to search for and browse the many resources available through this site, including genealogy and journal databases, streaming videos, and downloadable audio and eBooks.
Doing More with Word - 11/20 - 10am - 11:30am
In this class, the basics will be refreshed and you will learn how to modify toolbars, how to apply advanced formatting options including bulleted lists, how to create tables, columns and adjust margins, and how to insert text boxes and symbols. *If you are new to Microsoft Word it is suggested you take the Basics workshop first or attend an Open Lab.
Open Lab - 10/25, 11/1, 11/15, 11/22 - 10am - 12pm
Open Lab sessions do not have a set curriculum, they are a time for you to ask individual questions and get one-on-one assistance. If you've missed a workshop session or have further questions after a session you attended, this is a great opportunity to get some extra help. We will answer questions or provide information on a variety topics including, but not limited to Basic Computer Skills, Internet Navigation, Using Email, NC Live, Researching, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Online Job Searching, and Resume Writing.
*All workshops are free for faculty, staff, and the community. Please register in advance as seating is limited. For more information and to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.