It's a great time to learn new tech skills with KidsCode! Kids and teens in grades 4-8 can learn to write code, create games, build websites, program robots, and more. Join instructors from Computer Mentors, Inc. at the library.
Start the new year right by learning a new skill with an introduction to Adobe Photoshop CC, a popular program used for image editing and manipulation. This class will teach the basic tools and techniques you can use to make great images and graphics.
Class is limited to 12 participants. Laptops and software will be provided for hands on instruction.
Your library card gives you instant access to thousands of helpful instructional videos on everything from creating a household budget to dealing with teen issues to cooking healthy meals. Access Video On Demand provides world-class video content to help you achieve greater productivity in every area of life.
Limit of 12 computers.
Participants must register in person no earlier than 3 p.m.
Learning Circles are study groups for people who want to take online courses together, in person. This learning circle will meet for six weeks and will examine the impact of technology on how children form relationships, retain new information, and use their imagination. Work at your own pace, in a low-pressure environment with other learners.
One-time registration for the six-week course is required. Limited to 12 participants. For adults.
Stop by the Entrepreneur Collaborative Center on Wednesdays to speak with an onsite library staff member during Library Office Hours at the ECC. Learn about free services and resources to help you develop your business and get connected to tech help, research assistance, and helpful collections for all levels.
Open Office Hours are 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. every Wednesday and 1-Hour appointments are available between 1-4 p.m. by calling 813-273-3652.
Podcasting is one of the fastest growing and most popular mediums for sharing information today. Have you ever thought about recording a podcast, but were unsure how to start? In this informative workshop, participants will learn about the current podcasting market, finding a niche audience, using a podcast to promote a business, and accessing free library resources to get a podcast up and running.
Interested in using the Recording Studio or discovering what we have to offer? Come to our Recording Studio Orientation to get an overview of the devices and software available for use and learn how you can reserve time in the studio. #Hive
No registration required.
Funded in part by the Friends of the SouthShore Regional Library.