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This class is for the senior citizen who wants to learn to use a computer. Topics include components of a computer (keyboard, monitor, mouse, etc.); basic elements of the Windows 10 operating system; how to identify software loaded on your computer; a brief introduction on how to use the computer for letter writing; and the basic elements of the World Wide Web and email.
While taught on a Windows 10 operating system, the skills learned in these classes are easily transferred to other Windows environments. It is strongly recommended that participants have a computer at home. This class provides time for in-class hands-on practice and one-on-one assistance from the instructor.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Personal Computers for the Senior Citizen I (OFFT-3503) or equivalent experience
We will expand on the topics of safely navigating the World Wide Web, find helpful information/locations on the Web and save/ download items to your hard drive. We will organize email and gain confidence with attachments, explore the help categories on your hard drive, protect and save your information to various removable storage devices, customize your desktop, start menu and taskbar to make your computer quick and easy to use.
Seniors with Smartphones: Want to learn about new applications on your phone? Join us for “Exploring Applications” over lunch!
Can’t meet with family over the holidays? Find out ways to connect virtually.
ways to register:
Winter 2021 ScheduleWinter 2021 Online Classes
Send mail to:
Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th Street Place
Lincoln, NE 68510-2449
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