Take a Computer Class at the Library this Fall
September 27, 2018 (Helena, MT)—Your Lewis & Clark Library is offering three great computer classes during the month of October, ABC Computer Classes, iPhone Basics, and Safety First: Privacy and Safety Online. These classes are free and open to all but seating is limited so registration is required by calling 406.447.1690 to register.
Learn the ABC’s of computers during our free ABC computer classes October 1-4 from 1:30-3PM. Absolute Beginners Computer classes teach users how to use a mouse, the keyboard, and basic vocabulary about computers. We'll also learn about the Internet and online safety.
Have a new iPhone? Want to know more about the new features in iOS 11? Then register for our iPhone Basics class to be held October 16th from 3-4PM. This class will help you master all of the functions you need to get started.
Learn more about being safe online at the Safety First: Privacy and Safety Online class on October 23rd from 3-4PM. The Internet is a daily part of our family, social, and business lives. The Internet is also where scammers and identity thieves lurk. Protect yourself by learning to recognize phishing and fraud attempts in this class designed for Internet users of all ages. You'll learn how to create and use effective passwords, develop and practice good security habits, and reduce your exposure to threats. The class also covers virus protection, firewalls, top scams, credit monitoring, job search scams, and much more.
For more information visit www.lclibrary.org or call the Public Services Desk at 406.447.1690.