How to Use the Library Class – Jackson

When:
March 19, 2013 all-day
Repeats:
Weekly on Tuesday until March 26, 2013

How to use the Library (at 2:00 AM in your jammies, and save gas)
Learn how to get the most from the Jackson District Library webpage. How to look for library material, place requests, and check your records as well as many other online resources available through the library 24/7.

Participants should have taken How Do I Turn This Thing On? keyboard class or similar knowledge of the computer, and mouse.

Participants should bring their library card and PIN number.

These sessions can be one-on-one or for multiple participants.

Please call for an appointment. (517) 788-4099 ext. 1303 or (517) 788-4087 ext. 1339

Jackson District Library
Adult Computer Classes
244 W. Michigan Ave
Jackson, MI 49201
517-788-4087

Classes are offered at various times for your convenience.
These classes are FREE but SPACE IS VERY LIMITED – registration is required to reserve your spot.
Each class is only one session. The information obtained is cumulative, what is learned in one session will be applied in later classes. There is no limit on the number of classes you can take; sign up for one or the whole series. You can repeat classes that you have taken in previous series, but please sign up for only one session of each class in this series.

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