It’s Time To Register For Classes!

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Check it out! The Library’s computer classes in January, February and March are available for registration. See a complete list of classes on our computer class page or in a computer brochure which can be found at any of the Library branch locations. We are offering classes for beginners as well as the more advanced computer users. You can also learn more about using a Mac or a digital camera, blogging and craigslist. We have Beginning Computer Labs too for individual help. Register on line, at any AADL location or by calling 734-327-4555. Classes fill quickly so register today!

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Craigslist is a centralized network featuring classified ads in various categories of everyday needs. Learn how craigslist works and how to work with the various categories. This class will explain the main features that have made craigslist one of the top websites on the Internet.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Homework Help: Brainfuse and More!

Learn how to use Brainfuse, an online homework help database that is available from the aadl.org website. This class is for parents and teachers of middle and high school students.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

After High School...What?

For parents and teens who want to explore alternatives to the traditional post-high school path. Find resources online to help with studying a trade, exploring an interest, and discovering possibilities after graduation.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Introduction to Firefox Add-Ons

Add-ons are installable enhancements for the Firefox Web browser that allow you to add or augment application features, use themes to your liking, and handle new types of content. They allow you to create shortcuts to Web content that you access frequently and cam make accessing the Internet a much more enjoyable experience. Find out where to find add-ons and how to install them.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

Finding Reliable Health Information

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To some the internet is a big, scary world all unto itself. Who are those people out there? Are the facts presented on the Internet correct? What should I believe and not believe? In one area help is here.

Librarians from the University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences, the former Taubman Medical Library, will present user-friendly methods of finding quality online information about diseases, drugs, and therapies.

They have set aside two times to present this information on October 1. The first time will be at 1:00 pm at the Traverwood Branch Library. Later in the evening on October 1, the Michigan Health Sciences librarians will be at the Downtown Library at 7:00 pm in the Training Center on the third floor.

If health issues regarding diseases, drugs, or therapies are of a concern to you, don’t miss either one of these sessions.

Register online through the Ann Arbor District Library, come to any branch of the library, or call 734.327.4560 during library hours and don’t miss knowing the reliable facts regarding health issues.

Another Time Saving Device

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Looking for ways to save time? The Library is here to help. Now you can sign up for a computer class or an event that requires registration without making a phone call or walking away from your computer. Simply login to your Library account on the My Account page and find the program or class you want to register for. Click “Register Now” and follow the directions. My Account keeps a handy list of your registrations, and you can cancel registrations through My Account too. Check it out and save some time!

Great Adventures With Your Camera

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Whether you spend your vacation traveling across the country or in your own back yard, there are always opportunities to take photos. Digital cameras provide new options for taking close-up photos of your favorite gardening project and also those bright light pictures you may want to take at the beach. If you'd like to learn more about digital cameras and photos, check out our Digital Camera 101 and Digital Camera 102 classes being offered this fall. Registration for classes will begin in mid-August, and there is no charge to attend.

Finding Reliable Health Information (1 session class)

Librarians from the University of Michigan Taubman Health Sciences Library (Taubman Medical Library) will present user-friendly methods of finding quality online information about diseases, drugs, and therapies

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

aadl.org (2 session class)

A roadmap to searching for materials, information, and events on aadl.org. Participants will discover a variety of hidden gems within the aadl.org webs site. Learn how My Account will allow placing holds, tagging items and keep track of your library material.

This class currently has no scheduled sessions.

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