Getting Started with Email
| Computer Classes|
|We understand that people like to learn how to use the internet in a friendly environment. We offer hands-on classes that give you the chance to ask questions. Class sizes are small and notes are provided. All classes are free. |
Mouse Skills for Beginners: If you're starting out and have little experience with using a computer mouse, we suggest you start with this class. It runs for 1.5 hours.
Introduction to the Internet: If you know how to use mouse and the keyboard, but would like to know more about the Internet, we suggest you book into this class. It runs for 2 hours.
Sign up for email: If you are needing to know how to get started on email, you can book into our class on the free email service, Hotmail. Basic Internet and mouse skills are a prerequsite. Class length is 1.5hours.
Introduction to Searching Effectively on Google: Come along and find out how to search on Google and find out about anything from Travel, Health, Book Groups or Job Searching. Pre-requisites: Able to use the internet & a mouse.
Genealogy on the Internet: This class provides an overview of genealogy resources on the Internet, including popular Australian and international websites. Basic Internet and mouse skills are a prerequisite. Class duration is 2 hours.
Computer Class Notes
If you are unable to attend our classes, copies of our notes for you to look at are available below:
Mouse Skills Notes
Introduction to the Internet Notes
For more information, call 1300 135 668.
|Date Printed: 26/05/2013
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