Download the Computer Class schedules for Spring 2013.
Brush up on your computer skills. Is there a program you “sort of know” but were never formally trained on? Would learning about Microsoft Office help make you more marketable in your job field?
Every user has at least one program they want to learn and the Naperville Public Library is pleased to offer a variety of computer classes to help you do just that.
Classes offered in the Spring 2013 include:
• Introduction to Microsoft Word 2010
• Intermediate Microsoft Word 2010
• Advanced Microsoft Word 2010
• Introduction Microsoft Excel 2010
• Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2010
• Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
• Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
• 4-Day adult Computer Camp
Check the Upcoming Computer Classes for the schedule of computer classes. To sign up, simply stop in any of our computer labs. If you have a suggestion for a class that we do not currently offer, please send us e-mail and let us know.
FAQs - General
Is there a registration fee or how much do classes cost?
There is an attendance fee for each class that must be paid at the time of registration to hold your spot in the class. For Naperville Public Library cardholders, the fee is $10. For all other attendees, the fee is $20. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable to another class or another person.
Where are the classes offered?
Classes are held at the Nichols and 95th Street Libraries. Check the schedule for more information on locations and times.
FAQs - Registration
How do I sign up?
Computer class registration must be done in person at the Computer Lab of any our library location. Please have your Naperville Public Library card with you to register.
When should I register?
As soon as possible, classes fill up quickly.
If I am registered and cannot make it to the class should I call to cancel?
If you cannot attend the class for any reason, please let the Computer Lab staff know so that we can offer the spot to someone on our waiting list.
Is this a series of classes?
No, each class is a standing alone class and not part of any series. However, in order to get the most out of your class, please see the class description for suggested prerequisites.