We offer a variety of online computer, technology, and mobile skill classes.
Tinker Station - Get Started with e-Books & Streaming
Friday, June 18 at 2:00 pm Register & Class Details
Join us for a live Q & A session and discover how easy it is to stream and download IndyPL eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, movies, and TV shows on your phone, tablet, e-reader, or PC. Bring your questions and get tips from our knowledgeable tinker station staff about using your device more effectively.
Learn HTML - a Code_Cafe() Study Group
Join us for THREE sessions to learn HTML through individual projects and group work. You might like coding and join us for more Code_Cafe() workshops! These are online events - a link to join the Zoom meeting will be emailed prior to the event.
Business Automation with Code Black Indy
Please join us for this series hosted by Code Black Indy on automation processes for small businesses. Go beyond calendar reminders and scheduled social media posts with in-depth information about on-boarding, customer relationship management, workflows, and email automation. This event is being held as an online meeting/webinar. You will be emailed login instructions approximately 24 hours before the event.
Try out our online computer classes in Universal Class that are available 24/7. Universal Class has 500+ FREE online courses and all you need is your IndyPL library card. Here are the six most popular computer classes to help you get an idea of the computer classes that are offered. Go to Universal Class to browse the entire list.
Excel 2019 is the latest iteration of the popular spreadsheet software developed by Microsoft. Excel allows users to create rich, stylized spreadsheets used for storing, organizing, sorting, calculating, and charting data. With Excel, you can create visually appealing content that represents your data. Before you start using Excel though, you should first learn what all the features Excel offers are and how to use them, so that your spreadsheets are built correctly the first time.
Windows 10 is the latest version of the Windows operating system released by Microsoft on June 29, 2015. The purpose of this course is to teach all students how to navigate the Windows 10 interface, as well as use its features and apps, regardless of whether or not you are currently using the operating system.
Computer Literacy Level 1: Computer Basics
Computers are a part of almost every household, but when you first unwrap your first machine and turn it on, you don't know where to start. Every person who knows how to work with a computer started somewhere, and that's where this course can help. This computer basics course starts from the very beginning from booting a machine, understanding basic windows in your operating system, and the computer parts that make up your machine.
This course covers a beginner to intermediate level introduction to Google Analytics. It walks you through the set up process and helps you work with important dashboard metrics that you can use to improve website conversions and traffic. It shows you how to set up customized reports and link your Analytics account with other integral Google properties such as Adwords, Webmasters Tools and Adsense.
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