Your decision to learn how to use computers might involve a range of things or only one. Computer literacy can involve logging on; learning how to type; using a program; even launching a website. The list is endless and Fran is well-versed in these areas, spread sheets and databases. She has strong reporting and analytical skills, which she’s trained executives in. For general interest, study or work, Adult Literacy & Numeracy Services can help expand your computer literacy.
ALNS helps adults learn how to use computers in the following ways:
- basic computer use (logging on, using email, using the internet, etc)
- word processing (Microsoft [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 other technology (e.g. ticketing machines, digital equipment)
Computer literacy sessions require the use of your own device or a library computer.
If you’d like to learn how to use computers, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/sms 0413 525 114.