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Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator CC

Illustrator is the industry-standard software for creating logos, icons, drawings, typography, and illustrations. This class will teach you the basics.
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Getting Started with Adobe InDesign CC

Learn the fundamentals of Adobe InDesign, publishing software used to create posters, flyers, brochures, presentations, and eBooks.
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Picture Perfect: Retouching Personal Photos with Adobe Photoshop CC

Learn to use Adobe Photoshop to remove wrinkles and blemishes, even out skin tones, remove unwanted elements, whiten teeth, and enhance or change colors.
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Open Lab

You can drop by Open Lab to ask your burning technology questions, practice using technology, or get help with specific problems from an expert.
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Create Your Website with WordPress (three-part course)

Create and manage a website using WordPress.com and the WordPress content management system. This three-part course is being offered as a one-day seminar.
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Adobe Photoshop CC for Beginners: Level 1

Learn basic Photoshop skills like correcting colors and lighting, Scaling and cropping photos, and using layers. No prior photo editing experience needed.
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Adobe Photoshop CC for Beginners: Level 2

Learn how to use layers and apply gradients, styles, and effects. Work with masks and channels. Take Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1 before attending.
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CALS Tools Series: Job Hunt

CALS provides tools to help build resumes, access information and improve your job search. All you have to do is know where to find the help you need!

In the CALS Tools series, we will look at the different databases, services and other tools available on the CALS website. Everything we explore is free to use with your library card. It is recommended that before you attend a class in the CALS Tools series you have a library card made.

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Open Lab

You can drop by Open Lab to ask your burning technology questions, practice using technology, or get help with specific problems from an expert.
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Job Seekers’ Workshop

Looking for a job, but need help with confusing online applications? Drop in for our weekly Job Seekers’ Workshop. We provide the help you need to submit your applications, so you can get to work doing what you do best.

At our Job Seekers’ Workshop, we’ll be ready to help you with whatever you need to make your job search work. We can help you:

  • Apply for jobs using online application systems
  • Create an email address (if you need one)
  • Build your resume
  • Write a great cover letter
  • Put together your list of references
  • And more!
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Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is a nonprofit organization that aims to support and increase the number of women in computer science by equipping young women with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st-century opportunities.

Girls Who Code Clubs are free after-school programs for 3rd-5th and 6th-12th grade girls to join our sisterhood of supportive peers and role models using computer science to change the world. Learn more below!

** This session of Girls Who Code is FULL.

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Adobe Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1

Learn basic Photoshop skills like correcting colors and lighting, Scaling and cropping photos, and using layers. No prior photo editing experience needed.
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Adobe Photoshop for Beginners: Level 2

Learn how to use layers and apply gradients, styles, and effects. Work with masks and channels. Take Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1 before attending.
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Microsoft Excel Part 1: The Basics

Get started using Microsoft Excel, including learning how to enter information, format text and numbers, sort and filter, and use basic formulas.
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Introduction to Adobe Lightroom

Learn basic Photoshop skills like correcting colors and lighting, Scaling and cropping photos, and using layers. No prior photo editing experience needed.
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Getting Started with Adobe InDesign

Learn the fundamentals of Adobe InDesign, publishing software used to create posters, flyers, brochures, presentations, and eBooks.
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Read Aloud with Overdrive

World Read Aloud Day is February 5th.  

We invite you to join us in the computer lab on the 3rd floor of the Main Library to read a story together using our Overdrive service. This will be a great time to read together, practice public speaking and listening and have fun together!

New to Overdrive and eBooks? This is the perfect opportunity to learn how to access Overdrive and explore our digital library.

The title we will read together will be selected early in the program,

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Picture Perfect: Retouching Personal Photos with Adobe Photoshop

Learn to use Adobe Photoshop to remove wrinkles and blemishes, even out skin tones, remove unwanted elements, whiten teeth, and enhance or change colors.
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Starting Out with Android Mobile Devices

Learn how to make your Android smartphone or tablet actually do the things you want it to do. This session also includes plenty of question-and-answer time.
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Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator

Illustrator is the industry-standard software for creating logos, icons, drawings, typography, and illustrations. This class will teach you the basics.
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CALS 101: Find it All at CALS.org

CALS.org is a portal to access library tools, learn new things, have fun, and find out about CALS events. How to access all that--and more--in this class.
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Google Apps: Gmail

Gmail is the world’s most popular email service.  It’s used by millions of people as the gateway to their digital world, because it’s easy to use, flexible, and secure. Plus, it’s free! In this class, you’ll create your free Gmail account (if you don’t already have one), and then learn how to:

  • Send and receive email messages
  • Attach files (such as pictures and documents) to your messages
  • Create folders to keep your inbox organized
  • And more

This is the first session of our Google Apps series in February.

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Make it Look Great with Microsoft Publisher

Learn to use Microsoft Publisher to create newsletters, flyers, signs, and other publications for your business, organization, or event.
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Adobe Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1

Learn basic Photoshop skills like correcting colors and lighting, Scaling and cropping photos, and using layers. No prior photo editing experience needed.
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Microsoft PowerPoint for Beginners

Use Microsoft PowerPoint to add visual flair to business and personal presentations. Learn to incorporate images, animations, transitions, and more.
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Adobe Photoshop for Beginners: Level 2

Learn how to use layers and apply gradients, styles, and effects. Work with masks and channels. Take Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1 before attending.
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Renaissance Pet Portraits

Learn how to use layers and apply gradients, styles, and effects. Work with masks and channels. Take Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1 before attending.
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Surf Secure

Protect your privacy in the digital world. You'll learn about tools like password managers and two-step verification, and best practices for online safety.
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Rock Star Tech Tips

Be a technology rock star. This class teaches you the computer tips, tricks, and shortcuts that tech professionals take for granted.
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Adobe Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1

Learn basic Photoshop skills like correcting colors and lighting, Scaling and cropping photos, and using layers. No prior photo editing experience needed.
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Open Lab

You can drop by Open Lab to ask your burning technology questions, practice using technology, or get help with specific problems from an expert.
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Getting Started with Adobe InDesign

Learn the fundamentals of Adobe InDesign, publishing software used to create posters, flyers, brochures, presentations, and eBooks.
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Microsoft Excel Part 2: Formulas, Charts, and Data Validation

Expand your basic Microsoft Excel knowledge by exploring formulas, charts, data validation, absolutes, names, and more.
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Introduction to Adobe Lightroom

Learn basic Photoshop skills like correcting colors and lighting, Scaling and cropping photos, and using layers. No prior photo editing experience needed.
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Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator

Illustrator is the industry-standard software for creating logos, icons, drawings, typography, and illustrations. This class will teach you the basics.
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Adobe Photoshop for Beginners: Level 2

Learn how to use layers and apply gradients, styles, and effects. Work with masks and channels. Take Photoshop for Beginners: Level 1 before attending.
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