University Libraries Will Offer Free Computer Courses to the Community Beginning May 23

University Libraries will offer free computer classes during the months of May, June and July in Jackson Library for anyone interested in learning computer basics. Classes are open to faculty, staff, students and the community. While the classes are meant for beginners, all skill levels are welcome. Classes are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Visit tinyurl.com/UNCGCOMP or call 336.334.5419 to register and reserve your space today. Participants should bring a pen or pencil with them to each class and contact UNC Greensboro's Parking Services at parking.uncg.edu to learn more about parking on campus. Each class will be held in the CITI lab in Jackson Library from 1 - 2 p.m. The classes being offered are listed below.

May 23: Computer Basics
May 30: Internet Basics
June 13: Gmail Basics
June 20: Microsoft Word Basics
June 27: Microsoft Excel Basics
July 11: Microsoft PowerPoint Basics
July 18: Introduction to NC Live
July 25: Finding Reliable Health Information Online

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