|Social Media||Tablets/SmartPhones||Computer Overview||Microsoft Office|
Social Media Basics: Success for the Absolute Newbie
Keeley Quinn/Rebecca Livermore
Create a Facebook account to connect with friends and family, learn to upload photos and videos to share with whomever you choose, understand the basics of Twitter, and learn how to play around with Pinterest and Instagram for visual content! Discover the features of YouTube. Navigate and manage your profiles. This class focuses on personal use of social media.
|Mon, Jan 26-Feb 9, 6-8 p.m., 3 wks||Littleton Campus (Quinn)|
|COMP 1030W01-80776||$99, $5 material fee to instructor|
|Wed, Mar 4-18, 6-8 p.m., 3 wks||Littleton Campus (Livermore)|
|COMP 1030W02-81749||$99, $5 material fee to instructor|
WordPress Vs. Blogger
Understanding the difference between hosted and self-hosted blogs, comparing WordPress and Blogger, and knowing what to look for when deciding which blogging platform is right for you.
|Wed, Feb 18, 6-8 p.m.||Littleton Campus|
Whether for business or personal use, Twitter provides a unique platform for staying connected. Set up or improve an account, discover Twitter terminology, Twitter etiquette, and how to get more Twitter followers.
|Wed, Jan 28, 6-9 p.m.||Littleton Campus|
Privacy Basics: Learn How to Keep Your Content Private on Social Media Sites
You have friends on Facebook and Twitter. Those people could consist of family, friends, co-workers, acquaintances, professional connections and more. Discover how to keep your content private, or tailored towards a certain audience. Learn how to set up your social accounts privacy settings, create privacy lists and customize privacy settings for status updates.
|Wed, Feb 25, 6-9 p.m.||Littleton Campus|
Get the Most from Your Apple iOS Devices Handson
Get the personal assistance you need! Through hands-on interaction with an Apple expert and author, discover the features of your mobile iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone devices. Explore: settings, browsers, email, and network connectivity; Apple apps, iLife and iWork apps suites; the App Store, buying apps, music, movies, books and TV shows; using an iOS device instead of a regular PC; photo and video fun, and more. No experience is necessary. Bring your tablet computer or smartphone.
|Thu, Nov 6-Dec 11, 6-8 p.m., 5 wks||Littleton Campus|
|Thu, Feb 5-Mar 5, 6-8 p.m., 5 wks||Littleton Campus|
Get the Most from Your Android Devices-Hands-on
Bring your device (tablet, smartphone) and get the assistance you need to use your electronic tool to the fullest! Learn to navigate your device, discover the world of apps for navigation, entertainment, work productivity, photography, and more. Explore security and safety features to keep your data safe. Learn to network your device and even talk to your computer.
|Tue, Jan 20-Feb 17, 6-8 p.m., 5 wks||Littleton Campus|
Advanced Android: Power Tools
Become an Android Power user by learning the top productivity enhancing Tools and Apps. This class uncovers the hidden Power features of Gmail, Calendar, Google Docs (free Office Tools). You will learn to use tools to assess if your Android Device is functioning well or cluttered and gasping for air. Learn about Bluetooth device pairing, Device Security and device-to-device data exchange. This class encourages Hands-On student participation so bring your Android Device to class!
|Tue, Feb 24-Mar 24, 6-8 p.m., 5 wks||Littleton Campus|
Computers for the Newbie
If you have no prior knowledge of computers or need extra time and assistance exploring the basic aspects and functions of a computer, understanding computer terminology, and using a mouse, this class is for you.
|Mon, Jan 26-Feb 2, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks||Littleton Campus|
|COMP 1006W01-81362||$129, includes manual|
Get connected with email. Explore the basic email providers such as gmail, outlook, and yahoo and learn the basics of sending and receiving emails. Discover how to create and manage contact lists, attach and download files and understand how to organize email into folders. Get the most out of using email as a form of communication to keep in touch with family and friends anywhere. Discuss some basic email security dos and don’ts.
|Thu, Jan 29, 6:30-9:30 p.m.||Littleton Campus|
|COMP 1003W01-81750||$69, includes manual|
Get comfortable using a computer. Explore computer terminology, major operating systems and applications, processor speeds, RAM, and understand hard drives and other topics. Practice keyboard and mouse skills and create a document.
|Mon, Feb 9-16, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks||Littleton Campus|
|COMP 1001W01-80193||$129, includes manual|
Still have Windows 7? Explore this operating system. Organize information on your computer and file management systems. Learn to log onto the computer, discover tools and programs, create files and folders.
|Mon, Feb 23-Mar 2, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks||Littleton Campus|
|COMP 1002W01-80196||$175, includes manual|
Windows 8 - Hands-on
Bring your Windows 8 devices and explore this operating system. Organize and navigate through information on your device and learn about the file management systems. Learn to log onto the computer, discover tools and programs, create files and folders. Discover the new interface and the most useful apps. Discuss how to keep your devices even more secure with Access Control and Windows Defender, and how to troubleshoot potential issues, like reversing fatal crashes.
|Thu, Feb 12-19, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks||Littleton Campus|
|COMP 1012W01-81751||$175, includes manual|
Check out our Windows 8 online class! Get more information here.
Special note: Bring a flash drive with you to any of these classes if you want to save your work for computer application courses. For all day-long computer classes, there will be a lunch break, generally from 11:45-12:45.
Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013
Create, edit and save documents; explore cut, copy, paste and delete text word commands. Practice formatting and paragraph features, bullets and numbered lists; check grammar and spelling; and use the thesaurus. Prerequisite: Windows knowledge.
|Mon, Mar 9-16, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks||Littleton Campus|
|COMP 1204W01-81090||$175, includes manual|
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2013
Explore styles, section breaks, and columns and how to format tables. Use graphics, draw and edit shapes, and create text boxes. Learn how to print out labels and envelopes. Prerequisite: Introduction to Word or equivalent knowledge.
|Mon, Mar 23-30, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks||Littleton Campus|
|COMP 1205W01-81091||$175, includes manual|
Enter and edit information. Create and copy simple formulas and functions. Use Cut/Copy/Paste and Drag and Drop to duplicate or reorganize data. Apply borders, shading and other formats. Sort and graph your data. Prerequisite: Windows knowledge.
Tue, Jan 20-27, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks Littleton Campus
COMP 1007W01-80198 $175, includes manual
Fri, Feb 13, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1007WP1-80199 $175, includes manual
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2013
Work with multiple and large workbooks. Enter a 3D formula. Learn about outlines, subtotals, tables, and lists. Apply names to ranges. Practice advanced graphing techniques. Prerequisite: Introduction to Excel or equivalent knowledge.
Tue, Feb 3-10, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks Littleton Campus
COMP 1008W01-80200 $175, includes manual
Fri, Feb 20, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1008WP1-80201 $175, includes manual
Advanced Microsoft Excel 2013
Create and use pivot tables and charts; lookup functions and multiple workbook techniques; create and edit macros and customize toolbars. Prerequisite: Intermediate Excel or equivalent knowledge.
Tue, Feb 17-24, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks Littleton Campus
COMP 1209W01-80202 $175, includes manual
Fri, Feb 27, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1209WP1-80203 $175, includes manual
Excel 2013 Dashboards and Reports
A detailed introduction to include: entering and editing spreadsheet data, essential worksheet operations, working with cells, ranges, tables, and formatting. Understand different Excel file types, using and creating templates, and printing techniques. Practice formulas and functions. Manipulate text, dates and times, counting and summing, and lookups. Use templates for formulas, array formulas, create charts and graphics, advanced charting techniques, and conditional formatting. Analyze data sets, import, export and link data, pivot tables and charts, use data analysis tools like “what-if” analysis, goal seeker and solver. Register by January 30.
Fri, Feb 6, 9-4 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1215W01-81752 $175, includes manual
Beginning Microsoft Access 2013
Explore relational databases, work tables, create and maintain records, produce reports and use programming techniques that enhance Access applications. Prerequisite: Windows knowledge.
Fri, Jan 23, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1210WP1-80777 $175, includes manual
Intermediate Microsoft Access 2013
Explore relational databases, related tables, complex queries, advanced form design, reports and print, charges, and pivot tables and charts. Prerequisite: Beginning Access or equivalent knowledge.
Fri, Jan 30, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1211WP1-80778 $175, includes manual
Advanced Microsoft Access 2013
Practice querying with SQL, advanced queries, macros, advanced macros, importing, exporting, and linking and database management. Prerequisite: Intermediate Access or equivalent knowledge.
Fri, Feb 6, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1212WP1-80779 $175, includes manual
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2013
Create effective slideshows. Use views, help menu. Learn to add, delete, rearrange slides; change fonts, size, color. Use cut, copy, and paste; insert, resize, align, and connect objects; understand draw tool bar commands; insert pictures and formatting. Prerequisite: understanding of basic computer terminology, functions, and mouse usage.
Wed, Feb 11-18, 6:30-9:30 p.m., 2 wks Littleton Campus
COMP 1015W01-80204 $175, includes manual
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Section Numbers Chart:
- F04 December 17
- W01 January 21
- W02 February 18
- W03 March 18
For all online courses: remember to include course number (below), section number (above), course title and course start date when registering and completing your registration form.
We offer all MS Office application classes for versions 2007-2010 online. Go to our online class section and type the desired class name or subject into the search box.