Providence Public Library offers the following free computer and technology training classes this spring. Whether for personal use or small business application, these basic classes are an opportunity for you to get savvy with the latest web technologies and tools. Space is limited; register in advance.
The Library’s Small Business and Lifestyle Web Technologies classes will be presented by Benjamin Leveillee, M.Ed. Sign up for these classes at the Library in the PPL Computer Lab, online (www.provlib.org - search computer classes) or call 401-455-8026.
The Library’s free basic to advanced computer classes will be presented by technology educator Donald Gregory. To register, call 455-8026 after 1 pm (Note: Library is closed on Wednesdays).
SMALL BUSINESS WEB TECHNOLOGIES (April & May)
Building a Website
Monday, April 22 | Monday, April 29 | Thursday, May 30 -- 6 - 8 pm
Explore the best tools available on the web for creating and publishing your own website.
Class will cover: Tumblr, Weebly, Squarespace, Wordpress
Social Media for Small Businesses
Monday, May 6 -- 6 - 8 pm
A hands-on introduction to the world of social media for current and aspiring small business owners. Class will cover: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, sharing content, sending messages, best practices for small businesses
FREE COMPUTER CLASSES (April - May 2013)
These classes cover from basic skills training to advanced applications. All classes are held at Providence Public Library, 150 Empire Street, Providence. Classes will be offered repeatedly. Call 455-8026 after 1:00 pm to register for classes. Limit: 4 per month.
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