Yearn to Learn

All  classes are $25 each.

Must register and pay prior to class

Class time is 6- 8:30pm Wednesdays


Facebook for Beginners: (May 14, 2014)




Against all odds, you likely know someone who still hasn’t succumbed to the lure of Facebook. Maybe you’re a beginner yourself, or perhaps you just haven’t had the gosh darn time to explore every last corner of the world’s most expansive social network.

This course is for those eager to learn more about the basics of Facebook. Let’s take a social stroll through the network’s main features, policies and culture norms.

So Many Social Networks so little time:( May 21, 2014)




Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and/or exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks. The Office of Digital Communications  manages the main Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, snapchat,  Instagram, YouTube and Vimeo accounts. This class will give you a brief over you of each platform and how they work.

Selling my home crafts online: (May 28,2014)




With any of the many selling platforms there are some basic steps you can take to be successful. What should know before starting to sell online? How to ship my products? How to determine shipping cost?  Which platforms are best?  You will learn how to take selling images yourself to post online. How to edit those images, for free, to improve your limited photography skills. How will people find my product when there are so many simpler products online? This class is designed for folks with limited computer skills but lots of great crafting skills. Let us help you avoid the pitfalls of online sales

How to Start an eBay Home Business: (June 4, 2014)




Starting an eBay home business can be a very effective way of making money online, especially as eBay is a renowned and widely used online platform for auctions and currently has millions of daily visitors to sell to. Many people already do full time eBay selling for good money and so can you, if you just learn how to do it. In its essence, there’s nothing magic about it, it’s just buying and selling to make a profit.

Online Safety: (June 11, 2014)




Protecting your children from harm is just as important online as it is in the real world. As a parent or caretaker, you can play an important role in helping children have safe and positive experiences online.

The internet offers an exciting world of experiences for children and the whole family. It can be entertaining, educational and rewarding. However, using the internet also involves risks and challenges.

Children might be exposed to content that is sexually explicit, violent, prohibited or even illegal. They may also experience cyber bullying or be at risk from contact by strangers.

By taking an active role in talking with you kids about the risks and answering their questions or concerns about something that they find on the Internet you can help them stay safer online.

 

Free software to do almost anything: (June 18, 2014)




Are you done paying for updates to the latest software.? Have you bought a new computer and feel roped into buying Microsoft Office? There are many, many FREE softwares programs to do just about anything you want. This class will look at everything from Open Office software to Google Suite free products. From a free online fax machine, photo editing software, a free second phone line – even high quality virus protection.  These are free forever not trials! I have taught everyone from large corporations to government agencies how to save money without buying expensive software.

Building a Website for your Business: (June 25, 2014)




Against all odds, you likely know someone who still hasn’t succumbed to the lure of Facebook. Maybe you’re a beginner yourself, or perhaps you just haven’t had the gosh darn time to explore every last corner of the world’s most expansive social network.

This course is for those eager to learn more about the basics of Facebook. Let’s take a social stroll through the network’s main features, policies and culture norms.

Facebook for Beginners: (July 9, 2014)




Against all odds, you likely know someone who still hasn’t succumbed to the lure of Facebook. Maybe you’re a beginner yourself, or perhaps you just haven’t had the gosh darn time to explore every last corner of the world’s most expansive social network.

This course is for those eager to learn more about the basics of Facebook. Let’s take a social stroll through the network’s main features, policies and culture norms.

So Many Social Networks so little time:( July 16, 2014)




Social media refers to the means of interactions among people in which they create, share, and/or exchange information and ideas in virtual communities and networks. The Office of Digital Communications  manages the main Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, snapchat,  Instagram, YouTube and Vimeo accounts. This class will give you a brief over you of each platform and how they work.