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Windows 101

Learn the basics of Microsoft Windows XP and Vista
This five-hour training course will provide a one-on-one tutorial geared towards beginners looking to step into the world of personal computing.  The first hour consists of getting familiar with the computer itself and the basics of how it works and a brief introduction to using the system.  Subsequent lessons include details about how to send and receive emails, connect to the internet, organize files and folders, install programs, and enjoy multimedia.

Macintosh 101

An introduction to Mac OS X
This four-hour training course includes detailed personal instructions on how to use the Macintosh OS X operating system on your Apple computer.  The first half hour will be an introduction to the device itself, including proper care procedures.  Then the course includes details about how to manage programs, use the dock, expose, and other basic functions.  The course will also cover how to send and receive emails, configure iTunes to sync to your iPod, and install applications.

Switching to Macintosh

Ideal for Windows users who plan to switch to Mac
The Macintosh operating system is gaining increasing strength against Windows as the system of choice for students, professionals, and home users.  If you plan to make the switch, have recently done so, or would like to make a decision whether switching is right for you, this course will highlight the differences between the two systems and provide details on how to carry out familiar functions using OS X.

The World (Wild) Web

Surfs up!
The Internet is a massive network of computers around the globe that delivers data to you at the speed of light.  Learn how best to use the Internet for work and for pleasure.  This three-hour course will explain how to use an interneet browser, how to achieve the best search results, and how to protect yourself from phishing sites and other internet threats.

Mastering Microsoft Office

A course designed for intermediate users
Even if you already know how to use the basic functions of Microsoft Office, there may still be many features about which you don't yet know that can save you time and give you the power to do more.  The course covers the following applications: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Introduction to Computer Programming

Expand your skillset, exercise your mind
Learning the basics of computer programming can be beneficial for anybody who uses a computer.  Besides serving as a great mind excercise, comprehending how programs are built can help you understand how best to use programs you are already using.  This course covers the widely-used Java programming language developed by Sun Microsystems.  After seven hours of lessons, you can expect to develop basic programs that take input and process the data before printing a result.  The course stresses the concepts of writing programs rather than the idiosyncrasies of the language itself.