Computer Literacy

Learning how to use computers can involve a number of aspects – from logging on to using a program to launching a website.  Fran is well-versed in these areas as well as spread sheets and databases.  She has strong reporting and analytical skills, which she has regularly passed on to executives.  For general interest, study or work, Adult Literacy & Numeracy Services can help.

Mentoring in computer literacy can include any of the following:

  • basic computer use (logging on, using email, using the internet, etc)
  • word processing (MS Word)
  • spread sheeting skills (MS Excel – general, analytical or charting)
  • developing presentations (MS Powerpoint)
  • developing & maintaining databases (MS Access)
  • developing & maintaining websites (WordPress)
  • developing a search engine presence
  • developing electronic templates & standard forms
  • creating electronic filing systems, back-ups, etc
  • using technology (e.g. ticketing machines, digital equipment)

Computer literacy sessions require the use of your own device or a library computer. 

Enquire about these services below or call 0413 525 114.