Computer Classes

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computer classHands-On Classes in Quincy
The library is not currently offering computer classes. The following Quincy organizations do offer computer classes:

1000 Southern Artery Senior Center
For students aged 62 or older, open to both Quincy residents and non-residents. The fee is $10 for 10 weeks.

Quincy Elder Services Department
The Quincy Elder Services Department offers basic and more advanced computer classes on a regular basis at the Kennedy Center, open to all Kennedy Center members. Membership is free to all Quincy residents aged 60+. Check their online calendar for computer class details.

Quincy Career Center
Classes are free to all, regardless of employment status. Open to both Quincy residents and non-residents.

Online Computer Instruction

The Basics
If you do not have mouse/keyboard experience, try one of the following online practice tutorials:

Mouse Exercises
Some simple exercises to help you get acquainted with the mouse.

Mousing Around
This tutorial will help you learn to use a mouse to interact with a computer.

Connect-the-Dots
A fun way to practice your mousing skills!

Learn the Net
Includes Web-at-a-Glance, which introduces Web basics in a 10-minute tutorial.

In Pictures
Free computer tutorials based on pictures, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Access), OpenOffice, Dreamweaver, PhotoShop, and more.

Beyond the Basics

GCFLearnFree Computer Tutorials
Whether you are new to the computer, returning for review or just want to gain more 21st century skills, the Goodwill Community Foundation free computer tutorials can help. From Computer Basics to Microsoft Office to Apple, there is a wide range of free technology tutorials to choose from. 


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