Employment for Seniors – Computer Training


The levels/content areas are:

   •   Introduction to Computers;
   •   Word Processing – Beginning;
   •   Word Processing – Intermediate;
   •   Data Management;
   •   Working with Photos;
   •   Using the Internet.

Put “ALT” by second or third choice for a chance to be enrolled in at least one. Students will learn how to use computers confidently, and become familiar with basic concepts, terms and skills related to the Microsoft Windows Operating System and other software programs. Bring a flash drive to class. Depending upon the instructor, a textbook may be used for this course. Your instructor will provide details.

OCC E00 Instructional Lab

9814    1:30p–3:20p   Thu   1227 #208   Steve Strate

Instructional Lab: Introduction to Computers is required prior to enrolling in this section. This special lab is supplemental tutorial support via review and practice of the skills learned in a concurrent EC computer class. You must be enrolled in an EC computer section to attend.

OCC E00 Computer Mini-Lab

Open lab for EC students only

9815    See posted schedule   Mon-Fri   1227 #209     Volunteers

Open Lab: This lab is available to current Emeritus students. Computer students have priority. Present your bursar’s receipt to validate your enrollment. The 5–station lab is open subject to volunteer availability.

OCC E01 Word Processing – Beginning

9816    9a-10:50a   Mon   1227 #208   Antoinette Simmonds

9819    11a-12:50p   Fri   1227 #208   Hanne Espinosa-Frech

OCC E01 Word Processing – Intermediate

9817    11a-12:50p   Mon   1227 #208   Antoinette Simmonds

9820    1p-2:50p   Mon   1227 #208   Ken Buckner

Microsoft Word, for the intermediate user. If you know how to type, format Bold, insert Tables and other basic editing steps, and want more, then this is the class for you. It’s more complete and demanding than courses for the beginner.

OCC E10 Using Data Files for Older Adults

Microsoft Publisher -create, personalize, and share a wide range of professional-quality publications .

9821    3p–4:50p   Tue   1227 #208   Ken Buckner

Learn how to edit effects for text, shapes and pictures with ease. Turn text and graphics into published material.

Microsoft PowerPoint Learn to create presentations that will keep your audience engaged and interested.

9840    11a–12:50p   Wed   1227 #208   Ken Buckner

Beginning PowerPoint. Learn how to create and share dynamic presentations with your audience. Tell a crisp, cinematic story that is as easy to create as it is powerful to watch. For personal or professional presentations

OCC E20 Using the Internet Safely for Older Adults

9824    11a-12:50p   Thu   1227 #208   Steve Strate

Introduction to the Internet - Learn the secrets of safely searching for information on the Internet, and sending and receiving emails, or attaching and sending pictures to friends and familyDevelop confidence using the internet. Learn how to safely use email and surf the internet. Build your skills and understanding of the computer

PHOTO E00 Photography - Learn to use a camera

Digital Photography

9825    9a–10:50a   Tue   1227 #107   Gerald Schneir

Introduction to digital photography for continuing students with some digital camera experience and those interested in free photo editing such as Picasa and FastStone. Bring your camera, manuals and laptop if you have one.

PHOTO E10 Creating Digital Photos for Older Adults

Please contact instructor for more information This is a computer based class, for the beginner.

9826    9a-10:50a   Wed   12227 #208   Ken Buckner

Beginning Photography - Designed for the digital photographer initiate, taking pictures, transferring them to your computer, beginning cropping, editing and color corrections using Photoshop Elements 10.0.

9828    3p–4:50p   Mon   1227 #208   Ken Buckner

Designed for the digital photographer initiate, taking pictures, transferring them to your computer, beginning cropping, editing and color corrections using Photoshop Elements.

9827    9a–10:50a   Fri   1227 #208     Hanne Espinosa–Frech

Learn about videos. Use Adobe Premiere to create simple videos. Knowledge and use of Photoshop Elements experience is recommended.

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