Social Media Basics: Success for the Absolute Newbie
Does all this technology have you confused and feeling lost? Take this fun, informative, hands-on and interactive starter course designed to show you how to connect with family and friends online, share photos and videos, stay up-to-date on news, research and find information on products and services – including coupons, and build personal and professional online networks. Learn how to navigate and manage your own profiles using a variety of social networks including; Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, the Blogosphere, Skype, and more. Discuss internet-related privacy concerns and best practices. Build your social media confidence now! Impress your children and grandchildren.
Tue, June 18-25, 6-8 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1030M01-58821 $79, $5 material fee to instructor
Get the Most from Your Apple iOS Devices
Discover the features of your mobile iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone devices. Explore visually stunning and useful apps, find and download apps from the web, and discover the hidden features of the touch-screen interface. No experience is necessary. Bring your tablet computer or smartphone.
Thu, June 20, 6-9 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1025M01-58820 $69
Douglas County Library Card Holders!
Receive 10% off in-class and online non-credit Microsoft Office Suite computer application courses only offered through Arapahoe Community College Community Education. Simply present your Douglas County Libraries library card at time of registration to take advantage of this unique partnership between DCL and ACC. Call 303.797.5722 for further details. This is a limited time offer. You must register by phone or in person.
We do have Office 2007 courses available in a convenient online format as well as Adobe products instruction including Dreamweaver, InDesign, Flash, PhotoShop, Quickbooks, Peachtree, Crystal, and CorelDraw.
Learn about the Windows 7 operating system, how to organize information on your computer and file management systems. Explore the tools and programs, create files and folders, and log onto the internet.
Mon, June 10-17, 6:30-9:30 p.m . Littleton Campus
COMP 1002M01-58603 $159, includes manual
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 2010
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, June 24-July 1, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1204M01-58193 $175, includes manual
Intermediate Microsoft Word 2010
Learn how to use 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, July 8-15, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1205M01-58610 $175, includes manual
Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010
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, June 11-18, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1007M01-58195 $175, includes manual
Fri, June 14, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1007MP1-58605 $175, includes manual
Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010
Work with multiple and large workbooks. Learn how to 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, June 25-July 2, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1008M01-58197 $175, includes manual
Fri, June 21, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1008MP1-58606 $175, includes manual
Advanced Microsoft Excel 2010
Learn to 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, July 9-16 7, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Littleton Campus
COMP 1209M01-59001 $175, includes manual
Fri, June 28, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP1209MP1-58607 $175, includes manual
Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
Have you ever wanted to learn how to create PowerPoint presentations that were useful and meaningful? Learn to: create new slideshows, use PowerPoint’s views and the Help Menu; add, delete, and rearrange slides; change font, font size, and color; use Cut, Copy, and Paste commands; insert, resize, align, and connect objects; understand Draw Tool Bar Commands; insert pictures and add formatting. Prerequisite: understanding of basic computer terminology, functions, and mouse usage.
Tue, Mar 26-Apr 2, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Littleton Campus Class closed
COMP 1015W01-80204 $175, includes manual
Beginning Microsoft Access 2010
Learn to understand relational databases and table, fields and records, date entry rules, basic queries, using forms, and working with reports. Prerequisite: Windows knowledge.
Fri, July 12, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1210MP1-58611 $175, includes manual
Intermediate Microsoft Access 2010
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, July 19, 9-4 p.m . Parker Campus
COMP 1211MP1-58613 $175, includes manual
Advanced Microsoft Access 2010
Practice querying with SQL, advanced queries, macros, advanced macros, importing, exporting, and linking and database management. Prerequisite: Intermediate Access or equivalent knowledge.
Fri, July 26, 9-4 p.m. Parker Campus
COMP 1212MP1-58614 $175, includes manual