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Computer Courses and More from Learning Express Library

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Computer Courses and More from Learning Express Library

 

Learning Express Library

Are you looking to improve your computer skills but can’t find the right class at the right time at the right library branch? Try one of the self-paced, interactive tutorial courses available online through Learning Express Library.  Learning Express Library is one of the many Pierce County Library resources available for job seekers and lifelong learners. You can access theses courses from the comfort of your own home or on a public computer at your local Pierce County Library branch. Currently there are courses available for:

  • Windows and Mac Operating Systems
  • Corel WordPerfect
  • Adobe Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher, SharePoint Designer, Visio, Word

Many courses are offered at both the beginning and intermediate levels. There are also courses available for different versions of a particular program. Learning Express Library also offers courses beyond computer skill building including workplace skills improvement and skill building for adults.

To access the online courses click here and select Learning Express Library from the list of our Career and Education resources (if you are using a computer outside of the library you will be prompted to enter your library card number and PIN). Before you start searching for a course you will need to register by creating a username and a password. Once you have registered select a Learning Center from the column on the left (the computer courses are under Computer Skills) and select your course. System requirements for the computer courses include Adobe Flash Player 8 or higher and a computer with sound enabled.

- Heather Zahnow Jeffries, Adult Services Librarian

  1. elena nieto says:

    i neddto practice key boarding

  2. Ken Grubb says:

    I work in IT, and I have been dealing with Excel for about 14 years, Word for 12 years, Access for about 11 years, and a little PowerPoint. They take time to master, but almost anyone can become proficient with a little time, guidance, and practice.

    The Job and Business Center also has some free training through JobNow, then Adult Learning Center, then Microsoft Office Help.

    There are Online Resources with Tutorials, and I believe you can connect directly to those links. However, there is also a Live Help option for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint that you can chat with a live person.

    JobNow can be reached here.
    http://blog.pclsjbc.org/training/skills/
    http://blog.pclsjbc.org/databases/training-and-adult-learning/

    Online Resources with Tutorials
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/default.aspx
    http://www.officetutorials.com/
    http://officeskills.org/microsoft-office-tutorials.html

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