Apple has released Photos, its next generation software application to manage your digital pictures. We’ll show you how to import your library of pictures from iPhoto, use the new interface in Photos, make albums, edit photos, create slideshows, make prints, and keep everything in sync with iCloud.

Explore the new version of Office 2013. Learn to utilize features of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Through instruction and hands-on practice, this course explores the powerful software tools available in the Office 2013 Suite. Students gain practical knowledge to skillfully navigate the Office environment at work or home.

Learn the basic concepts of programming. You will code exercises in JavaScript, a popular language that can run in any modern web browser. We will code HTML to build web pages with forms that contain text fields, buttons and menus. We will then code JavaScript to make these web pages respond to user inputs.

Are you trapped under an email avalanche? This one-day course will teach you valuable tools so you can better manage your email inbox.

Windows 8.1 Essential Skills is a complete introduction to Microsoft’s newest operating system and all its exciting new features. Windows 8.1 provides users with a new, touchscreen-friendly approach of tiles and full-screen apps. Whether you’re using Windows for the first time, or upgrading from an older version, Essential Skills will show you what you need to know.

You have a new iPhone or iPad and want to make the most of it. Bring your iDevices to this class and learn how to be more productive, never forget an appointment, take and edit photos like a pro, communicate with your friends and relatives, learn about podcasts, and keep all your data in sync.

Own a Mac and need to learn about OSX or more about MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Outlook for your Mac, but cannot commit to attending lengthy class sessions?

Need skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook or Access, but cannot commit to attending lengthy class sessions?

Learn more about Windows operating system, including files and folders review, saving and storing your documents, Internet, Web, and email.

This slow-paced, hands-on course provides a solid foundation for the beginning computer user. Students will explore many of the typical uses of computers at home and in the workplace while using Windows operating system.

This hands-on class is designed as a continuation to Part l and is for users of Excel who would like to improve their spreadsheet skills. Part 2 will focus on applying book skills to realistic office/school examples.

This hands-on class is designed as an introduction to spreadsheets with an emphasis on applying book skills to realistic office/school examples. Skills covered in this course include editing, viewing, and printing worksheets, working with formulas and functions, formatting cells, changing the appearance of worksheets, charting basics and working with large worksheets.

Are you keyboarding at a proficient level but want to increase your speed and accuracy? This course is for the student who has a knowledge of the alphabetic and numerical keyboard at 40 w.p.m. or has taken the Beginning Keyboarding class but wants additional practice hours. Students receive a certificate verifying w.p.m. typing speed and accuracy upon completion.

Are you frustrated with using the “hunt and peck” method to type on your computer? Need to improve your employment skills? In this self-paced computerized course, students will learn alphabetic and numeric keyboarding by touch. Lessons extend from beginning to proficient levels. Students receive a certificate verifying w.p.m. typing speed and accuracy upon completion.

iPad is a marvelous product that provides the best way to experience the web, email, and pictures. And on top of all that, it’s a fantastic book reader, outstanding video player, and there are more than a million apps (including more than 500,000 just for the iPad) available for it.

Sometimes the worst thing that can happen to you is when your best friend changes her phone number. You have to remember to change it on your iPhone, your computer, maybe even your iPad. Or you schedule a lunch date and you have to update your calendar on all your digital devices. No more.