This class offers participants a general introduction to the various components of a computer: basic computer terminology, mouse skills, an overview of operating systems, popular software applications, and an introduction to the Internet. Mouse skills are gained by practicing via Mouserobics site.
This class allows participants the opportunity to learn basic functions of email through creating an account in class. Participants will establish a username and password; receive an overview of the various functions of email; and practice reading, writing, and sending an email.
This class allows participants to become acquainted with the fundamentals of using the World Wide Web. Participants will learn how to use browsing software, search engines, and other Internet features.
As many as one in five women may experience depression in their childbearing years, both during their pregnancies and into their children’s early years. Kate Rosenblum, Ph.D., Director of the Women & Infants Mental Health Program at the University of Michigan will lead this session on the latest research on perinatal depression, including strategies for prevention, intervention, and raising resilient children. There will also be a panel discussion with plenty of time for questions and answers from the audience at 7 pm on Tuesday, February 3 at the Downtown Library.
Find out about all of the library's fun stuff for kids with AADL's parent page! JUMP is your stop to find recommended stuff for kids and learn about upcoming library events. Parents can also get information to plan their visit to the library an even find out about resources to help kids with their homework. It's all at jump.aadl.org!