'Cyber Senior' Classes
 

Are You a ‘Cyber Senior’?

Pueblo Community College, Fremont Campus, offers non-credit computer classes designed specifically for senior adults.

 

If you are interested in taking a ‘Cyber Senior’ computer class to learn more about the ever changing world of the personal computer, digital photography and the Internet, here is your opportunity to enroll in a class designed specially for you.

 

Our classes are:

:     small in size

:     staffed with knowledgeable and experienced instructors

:     designed to meet your busy schedule

:     lots of fun


We offer beginner and intermediate level computer classes in areas such as:

:     Computer Basics

:     Digital Photography

:     Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)

:     Microsoft Internet and Search Engines

:     Computer Safety and Security

:     Special Topics Upon Request

 

Spring 2014 Schedule of Classes 

101 - Getting the Most Out of Your Laptop Computer

Dates – Monday March 10 and March 17

Time – 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Location – Room 123 - Two 120 Minute Sessions
Cost: $29.00 includes materials
Class is limited to 8 participants


Course Description: Have you recently purchased a new laptop computer or have a laptop computer that you have questions about? This class will answer your questions about what is installed on your laptop computer and what can be deleted to save valuable disk space. The class will teach you how to connect the laptop computer to a wireless Internet connection so you will know how to use it when traveling.  The course will teach you how to check the system file system, how to delete programs and files and how to install and upgrade a free virus and spyware program. Internet and eMail will also be explored in this class. This class will go on a field trip to access a wireless in the local community.


 

102 - Introduction to the Personal Computer
                        Dates - Monday March 31, April 7 and April 14
                        Time – 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
                        Location - Room 123 - Three 120 Minute Sessions
                        Cost: $39.00 includes materials

Course Description: This class provides the beginning computer user with hands-on experience in the elementary use of the personal computer. This course introduces the basic feature of and the terminology associated with personal computers, what to look for when buying a new computer, including topics such the operating system and file/folder management (Windows), eMail, the Internet (Internet Explorer), and word processing (Word 2010).  Participants must have access to a home computer with Microsoft Office 2007 or higher. A 4 GB USB thumb drive is suggested for this class.


 

103 - Using Your Digital Camera and Creating a Digital Memory Book
                     Dates -  Monday April 21, 28 and May 5
                     Time:  Three 120 Minute Sessions
                     Location:  Room 123
                     Cost: $39.00 includes materials

Course Description: In this course you will learn the basics of digital photography (camera controls, taking pictures, downloading pictures and managing your pictures) in addition to learn to use Microsoft ‘Photo Story’ to create your own digital memory book from all of those digital pictures that you have saved on your computer. The ‘Photo Story’ (a free download) program enables you to create magnificent photo stories from your treasured photo memories complete with music and spectacular transitions. Once your digital memory book is created you may share it with others on CD ROM or email. This class is a must for the digital photography enthusiast! A 4 GB USB thumb drive is suggested for this class. Participants are encouraged to bring to class their digital camera, download cable and user manual.

                                

To enroll for a ‘Cyber Senior’ computer class visit the campus registration office at 51320 West Highway 50 in Cañon City. Call 296–6100 for further information. 

 


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