Computer classes for the Month of August
Video Creation For Kids (95th)Wednesday, August 05, 2015 at 10:00 AM -- 95th Street Library
Budding filmmakers can make their own movies for fun with friends or for a school project. They can learn how to record and edit as well as add music, sound effects and titles to their movie clips using the Idea Lab's high-definition camcorder and editing software called iMovie. For students in 3rd through 5th grades. Program requires advanced registration and is limited to 12 participants.
3-D Software & Printing For Adults (95th)Thursday, August 06, 2015 at 6:30 PM -- 95th Street Library
Adults can learn how to design a three-dimensional object using the software 123D and find out how to print the object using the library?'s 3-D printer. Program requires advanced registration with a fee.
Excel 2 (NIC)Saturday, August 08, 2015 at 10:00 AM -- Nichols Library
Practice using effective features that will make it easier to calculate formulas, analyze trends and apply formatting spreadsheets. Program requires advanced registration with a fee.
Button Creation (95th)Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 2:00 PM -- 95th Street Library
Using computer design software, individuals can create a unique design or image to be placed on a 1.5-inch button of which they can wear for fun or promote their business. Participants can bring a favorite picture or image to class. Program requires advanced registration and is limited to 12 participants.
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Commercial Editing (95th)Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 8:00 AM -- 95th Street Library
Business owners can learn how to edit videos using iMovie to make their commercials look more professional. The class also will teach how to upload and promote the video on social media such as YouTube and WordPress. Program requires advanced registration and is limited to 12 participants.
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Raspberry Pi- Balloon Pi-Tay Popper (95th)Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at 6:30 PM -- 95th Street Library
Teen tech lovers can pop a balloon the high-tech way using a Raspberry Pi computer. By creating a balloon popping circuit, teens can learn computer science skills as well as how to wire up a circuit, what transistors are used for and how to heat up a resistor so it will pop a balloon. Program requires advanced registration and is limited to 10 participants.