Getting comfortable with your Microsoft Windows Computer
Perhaps you’ve been told to ask your grandchildren whenever you have a problem operating your computer. And perhaps those grandchildren were busy themselves and have been rather impatient with you and don’t explain or teach you how to avoid whatever problems you’re having. This course is meant to cover all the basics with patience and kindness. Time permitting we will examine some of the more intermediate concepts and situations that older people often struggle with.
Students are encouraged to bring their own computers.
DATES: 4 Mondays: September 12 - October 3, 2022
TIME: 6:30 - 8:30pm
LOCATION: San Luis Obispo Campus Room 4117
INSTRUCTOR: John Walsh
QUESTIONS: Contact instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 602-8404
|Meet the instructor|
|I have been using the Microsoft Operating System and various Microsoft software applications in my work as a Language teacher since 1985 and as a Web developer since 1995. I have some familiarity with the Apple environment as well, and have used both platforms in my work and education. In the 1990s traveling through Europe, I tutored at “internet cafes” at a time when they were a new phenomenon. I frequently engaged with American tourists who were confused about how to access their email on the Web and unable to communicate in the language where they were visiting. I have completed Microsoft Systems Engineer courses, and have a good working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite, including Excell.|