Learn to use technology to make your life–and the world–better. If you’re a technology beginner or you’re looking to expand your skills, there’s a class for you.View and Register for Classes
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re offering virtual classes, free to everybody! Check them out by clicking “View and Register for Classes” below. And check out previously-recorded virtual classes on the Digital Literacy Playlist on the CALS YouTube channel.
If you’re a technology beginner, you can start out strong with our Computer Essentials classes. To hone your workplace skills, you can attend classes on Microsoft Office products, Mailchimp, Canva, InDesign, and other resume-builders. If you’re a creative type–or want to be–we can teach you about the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite (including Photoshop), video editing, photography, and even game development.
And of course, all classes are free of charge.
Want to know more? Check out an article about Digital Literacy classes on the CALS Blog!
Schedule & Registration
Ready to sign up? You can register by finding the class you’d like to attend (click the big button below) and choosing “Register” on that class’s event page. (Please note that multi-part courses like WordPress and Photo Restoration only allow registration on the event page of the first session.) Or, if you prefer, feel free to register via email at email@example.com, or by calling 501-918-3068.
As a measure to help limit the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, all in-person programs at CALS are canceled until further notice. But virtual classes are happening online; click below to find out more!
If you’ve heard about e-books and audiobooks, but you don’t know where to start — this is the meeting for you!
Join us for a live Zoom call and get a step-by-step introduction to Libby, the user-friendly e-book app from Overdrive. During the event you’ll learn how to:
- Download and register for Libby using your CALS Library Card
- Browse the catalog using filters to find the perfect title
- Check out items and place a hold
- Change the settings of your screen for easier reading
If time allows,