Computer Learning Lab

The Computer Learning Lab is located in the basement of the Lackawanna County Children’s Library at 520 Vine Street, Scranton.  Call us at 570-348-3000 ext. 3038 or email us at complab@albright.org for more information or to reserve a seat.

Printable Feb-March Calendar of Classes

Class Schedule: 

Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Computer Learning Lab-Basement of the Lackawanna County Childrens' Library
Need help formatting a resume? Creating a slideshow presentation? How about social media? Stop by during our Open lab to work hands-on with one of our instructors. Must have a valid Lackawanna County Library System[...]
Mar 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Computer Learning Lab-basement of Lackawanna County Children's Library
Overview: Spam, phishing, pop-ups and more will be discussed in this basic internet safety class. Class Format: Hands on Skill prerequisites: Mouse basics and keyboarding skills. Audience: Adults Enrollment: Must have library card and call 570-348-3000[...]

 

 

Class Descriptions

Appy Hour- Tablet Help:

Bring your tablet, eReader or mobile device to get your questions answered. Bring your tablet, eReader or mobile device to get your questions answered.

Open Lab:

Need help formatting a resume? Creating a slideshow presentation? How about social media? Stop by during our Open lab to work hands-on with one of our instructors. First come, first serve…Seating is Limited

Intro to Computers:

Learn about the basic functions of computers and the Windows 10 Operating System.

Class Format: Hands on Skill    Prerequisites: N/A   Audience: Adults

Laptop Help:

Bring your laptop and your questions to the Community Room for 2 hours of hands on help with one of our computer instructors.

Facebook 101:

How to setup a Facebook page,  set privacy settings, how to post, comment, and create a event.

Class Format: Hands on   Prerequisites: Mouse basics and keyboarding skills.  Audience: Adults

Internet Safety: 

Learn how to protect your computer and your identity while using the internet.

Class Format: Hands on   Prerequisites: Mouse basics and keyboarding skills.  Audience: Adults

Google Services:

Learn how to search, email, create and share with free services offered by Google.

Class Format: Hands on   Prerequisites: Mouse basics and keyboarding skills.  Audience: Adults

PowerPoint:

Learn how to work with Microsoft Office PowerPoint to create electronic presentations

Class Format: Hands On  Prerequisites: Mouse basics and Keyboarding Skills. Experience in PowerPoint for the Intermediate level class.  Audience: Adults

Word:

Beginner and Intermediate Microsoft Word are a 3 part class that teaches Microsoft Word. At the completion of classes, students will understand the components of Word, how to create/edit documents, formatting text, adding graphics, and creating templates.

Class Format: Hands on   Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of computers and keyboarding. Experience in Word for the Intermediate level class.  Audience: Adults

Excel:

Beginnger through Adavnced level courses where students will learn how to create, edit, calculate, and print data using Microsoft excel 2010.

Class Format: Hands on  Prerequisites: Mouse basics and keyboarding skills.  Experience in Excel for the Intermedidate and Adavnced level classes.  Audience: Adults

Publisher:

This course will teach the basic of Microsoft Publisher, which is used to create various business documents.

Class Format: Hands on Skill Prerequisites: Attendance of beginner Word 1-3 or Basic knowledge of Word 2013.  Audience: Adults

Social Media Help: 
This class is taught in 2 parts; The first half hour is instruction on a specific social network, the remaining 90 minutes is an open session to ask questions and get help with your social media accounts.

Resume & Job Search: 
This class is taught in 2 parts; The first hour is spent giving instruction on creating resumes, cover letters, and interview preparation. The remaining hour is open to receive help searching/applying for jobs online.

What the Cloud?: 
This class discusses what exactly is the cloud and some popular cloud services such as iCloud, DropBox, and Google Drive.

Business Resources
Experienced Reference Librarians will offer demonstrations and hands-on training for several business databases including; ReferenceUSA, Morningstar Investment Research Center, and Statistical Abstract of the United States.
Intro to Genealogy
Interested in learning how to get started with searching your family tree? Join us for a 2 hour workshop on beginner Genealogy. We will review library resources such as Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest.

 

Events

Mar 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Computer Learning Lab-Basement of the Lackawanna County Childrens' Library
Need help formatting a resume? Creating a slideshow presentation? How about social media? Stop by during our Open lab to work hands-on with one of our instructors. Must have a valid Lackawanna County Library System[...]
Mar 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Computer Learning Lab-basement of Lackawanna County Children's Library
Overview: Spam, phishing, pop-ups and more will be discussed in this basic internet safety class. Class Format: Hands on Skill prerequisites: Mouse basics and keyboarding skills. Audience: Adults Enrollment: Must have library card and call 570-348-3000[...]