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Feeling left behind when it comes to computers? It's never too late to make a start!
Come and learn with people just like you - join an introductory computer class and learn what it's all about. Friendly and fun, you have nothing to lose and lots to learn.
Classes take place using the computers in the libraries.
You will learn how to:
I can now answer an e-mail and am delighted! - Jennifer, Adult Learner
Start at the very beginning and learn how to master the mouse, identify the important keys on the keyboard, open windows and programs, and start to learn the language of computers.
If you've never used the internet, or if you don't really know what you're doing, this course is for you. Practise browsing websites, searching for information, printing from the Internet, creating a list of favourite websites and learn about security issues to keep safe online.
For those who can already use the Internet but have never used email. Learn how to create an online email account, send, reply to, forward and open emails; attach a file to an email, open an attached file; print, sign in and out of your email account and learn about important security issues you need to know when using your email account.
If you are a complete beginner when it comes to word-processing, you might be interested in this course. Learn how to use the basic features of Microsoft Word 2010 including how to create, edit, format, print, save and work with simple, word-processed documents.
|Barrhead Foundry Library||0141 580 1174|
|Clarkston Library||0141 577 4972|
|Giffnock Library||0141 577 4976|
|Mearns Library||0141 577 4979|
For details of tablet classes currently taking place, please visit the tablets and iPads page.
We listen to you!
In response to feedback from customers, we run short sessions on popular computing topics from time to time throughout the year, as well as the regular computer and tablet classes. Have a look at the Tablets and iPads page to find out which of these popular sessions are coming to a library near you, and when.
Classes are FREE, however, a £2 (non-refundable) admin fee applies for each class or course booked.