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I don't understand computers; how do I get help?

Last Updated: Sep 30, 2016  |  109 Views

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The Library Computer Lab technicians (Carole Parish and Bev Mueller) offer one-to-one assistance and help students through our iPass procedures. Students will take a survey at the time of registration/enrollment and indicate if they feel that they may want to receive some additional computer assistance. 

Credit students with more in-depth computer skills needs may be referred to Academic Coaching.

You might also want to check out the Computer and Technology Literacy Library Guide, which includes a list of recommended Computer Skills Online Tutorials, as well as a section on Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint).

A good resource to start with is the Basic Computer Skills Course, a self-paced tutorial that covers the following topics:

  • Computer devices
  • Operating systems (Windows)
  • Word processing software (Microsoft Word)
  • Basic email functions
  • File management techniques
  • Using the Internet
  • Exploring social media
  • Managing personal data


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