Free Basic Computer Series at Menomonie Public Library

2013-01-29T14:22:00Z 2013-01-29T14:23:10Z Free Basic Computer Series at Menomonie Public LibraryFor THE NEWS Chippewa Herald
January 29, 2013 2:22 pm  • 

Six-week series begins Tuesday,  Feb. 5

Basic Computer Series: Bridging the Digital Divide will be held at the Menomonie Public Library beginning in February. No computer experience is required for the six-session workshop.

The series of technology classes will cover basic skills and be delivered with brief instruction followed by hands-on practice.

Three classes will be dedicated to Computer Basics (Feb. 5, Feb. 12 and Feb. 19); and three classes to Internet 101 (Feb. 26, March 5, and March 12). Participants may sign up for a topic of interest or the series as a whole.

The basic computer series will be presented by Michael Schiel, UW-Stout AmeriCorps/Vista Bridging the Digital Divide; Jill Hietpas, Community Development and  Broadband Educator from UW Extension; and Rundi Myklebust, Adult Services Assistant, Menomonie Public Library.

Pre-registration is required for all classes. Class sizes are limited to 10 participants. To pre-register, call 715-232-2164, ext. 10.

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