RSS: The Web Comes to You

Learn to use an RSS reader to bring Web content from news and weather to your favorite blogs all in one easy-to-navigate place. Set up Bloglines accounts and learn how to access favorite sites.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Programming Web Application in PHP

PHP is a fully-featured programming language that powers dynamic websites. Learn how PHP is a part of a complete open-source Web application.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

MySpace Design: Limitless Possibilities

Go beyond standard-issue MySpace page design and create something that represents you. Learn HTML basics and receive design ideas for your pages.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Flickr: Share Your Digital Images (1 session class)

Flickr is a photo sharing site that allows users to create and share albums of photos in a simple, direct way. Use Flickr to help protect and preserve photos to avoid loss from water, fire damage, etc. Participants will create Flickr accounts, learn how to upload photos, and create albums to share.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

del.icio.us: Bookmarks to Go! (1 session class)

Participants will learn how the social book-marking site del.icio.us allows users to take bookmarks anywhere they go and share favorite sites with the world. Participants will create del.icio.us accounts and learn ways to organize their stored information, learn what makes del.icio.us so popular, and will also learn about alternatives like Yahoo! Bookmarks and Google Notebook.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Blogging: Have Something to Say? (1 session class)

Review examples of fantastic and not-so-great blogs, and get an overview of the process of setting up and maintaining a blog, including blogging etiquette. Participants will create blogging accounts and then create their first entries.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Washtenaw County Survey on Computer Ownership & Use

The Digital Inclusion Taskforce, part of Wireless Washtenaw, is currently gathering information on computer ownership and use in Washtenaw County via this short survey through Saturday, September 15. Providing your name and contact information is optional. The Digital Inclusion Taskforce will use this information as the work on Wireless Washtenaw progresses to explore and plan for ways in which Washtenaw County residents can best take advantage of free or lower-cost wireless service, and appreciate the feedback you are providing by taking the survey.

Digital Camera 102: Beyond the Basics (2 session class)

Participants will gain experience using Photoshop Elements tools and functions to adjust their digital images at home. Prerequisite: Digital Camera 101: The Basics class or Photoshop Elements experience.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Social Networking/Web 2.0

Use online tools to your advantage! Spending lots of time hunting for things online? Learn how to make the Internet come to you. Set up an RSS feed, get started using social book marking tools, and check out networking sites like LiveJournal and MySpace.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Computer Class Registration

Registration has begun for the April, May, and June computer classes. The brochure is available at all library branches. Registration can be made at all library branches or through the registration phone line at 327-8367.

Computer classes are offered at all of the branches.

"Seniors Time Online" classes are offered at Northeast, Pittsfield, and Mallets Creek branches.

The Downtown Computer Training Lab has a combination of Mac and information resource classes such as: digital camera, iPhoto, and iPod.

In June a teen class, "SNAP! Get Digital," will be offered for grades 9-12.

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