CG – Computer Classes: Learning to Setup and Use Email

Calhoun-Gordon Library presents a computer class: Learning to Setup and Use Email

Learn how to create an email account using a popular free service, then learn how to send and receive emails.

Register for classes at the front desk. There are a limited number of seats, so reserve yours today! You must be registered to attend.

For more information, call 706-624-1456!

DW – LTTC Library Resources III: LearningExpress Library

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The Dalton-Whitfield LTTC offers Library Resources III: LearningExpress Library on September 24th, 2015 at 11:00am – 12:30pm

Join us for a class in the specialty track. Learn how to access LearningExpress library, an online database that can help you prepare for college or work, can help you practice for the ACT/SAT and other standardized tests, and can help you study for your GED. There are lots of practice tests, tutorials, and more available for free through the library and GALILEO.

Our classes offer an hour of instruction and thirty minutes to ask questions and practice the skills you just learned. The class size is limited, so make sure you register! Please remember that to register for the specialty track classes, you must already be able to demonstrate the skills listed in the Basic Track.

Paper registration inside the library will also be available.


DW – LTTC Library Resources II: Ancestry.com Library Edition

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The Dalton-Whitfield LTTC offers Library Resources II: on Ancestry.com Library Edition on September 23rd, 2015 at 11:00am – 12:30pm

Join us for a class in the specialty track. Learn how to access Ancestry.com Library Edition from within the library, how to search, and what resources are available to help you find out about your ancestors.

Our classes offer an hour of instruction and thirty minutes to ask questions and practice the skills you just learned. The class size is limited, so make sure you register! Please remember that to register for the specialty track classes, you must already be able to demonstrate the skills listed in the Basic Track.

These classes are over. Check out our Event Calendar for classes being offered each month.

DW – LTTC Library Resources I: GALILEO

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The Dalton-Whitfield LTTC offers Library Resources I: GALILEO on September 22nd, 2015 at 11:00am – 12:30pm

Join us for the first class in the specialty track. Learn about the GALILEO databases that you can access through the library. GALILEO offers free access to things like Mango Languages, LearningExpress Library, Ancestry Library Edition, and many scholarly articles.

Our classes offer an hour of instruction and thirty minutes to ask questions and practice the skills you just learned. The class size is limited, so make sure you register! Please remember that to register for the specialty track classes, you must already be able to demonstrate the skills listed in the Basic Track.

Paper registration inside the library will also be available.


DW – LTTC Web Skills III: Your Online Portfolio

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The Dalton-Whitfield LTTC offers Web Skills III: Your Online Portfolio on September 17th, 2015 at 5:00pm – 6:30pm

Join us for a class in the Workforce Development track. Learn how to create a Weebly account and how to showcase your skills through an online portfolio. This is similar to a resume, but it is web-based and can show your skills in a way that a resume cannot.

Our classes offer an hour of instruction and thirty minutes to ask questions and practice the skills you just learned. The class size is limited, so make sure you register! Please remember that to register for the Workplace Development classes, you must already be able to demonstrate the skills listed in the Basic Track.

These classes are over. Check out our Event Calendar for classes being offered each month.

DW – LTTC Web Skills II: Marketing Yourself Online

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The Dalton-Whitfield LTTC offers Web Skills II: Marketing Yourself Online on September 16th, 2015 at 5:00pm – 6:30pm

Join us for a class in the Workforce Development track. Learn how to create a LinkedIn account, how to edit your LinkedIn profile, and how to connect with and endorse others. LinkedIn is a social networking site for professionals–it’s a great way to network professionally whether you have a job or are looking for one.

Our classes offer an hour of instruction and thirty minutes to ask questions and practice the skills you just learned. The class size is limited, so make sure you register! Please remember that to register for the Workplace Development classes, you must already be able to demonstrate the skills listed in the Basic Track.

These classes are over. Check out our Event Calendar for classes being offered each month.