The Adult Learning Center of Rockland is an organization of retired Seniors who volunteer to teach other Seniors (and over 50s) how to use computers. They are a program of Meals on Wheels. Learn how to use your new Holiday Gifts! Applications are now being accepted for January/February, 2015 classes. Classes are 2 hours, once a week for 6 weeks at a cost of $60 for the course. More advanced classes are 4 weeks at a cost of $40. Classes being offered are: Introduction to Computers, Word Processing, Excel, Internet and E-Mail, Digital Imaging, Photo Editing using Picasa, Genealogy – Tracing your Ancestors, and Using Windows 8. More advanced classes will be given if requested. They also teach one-time only 2-hour classes on How to Use Your Digital Camera, Computer Maintenance, How to make full use of your Cell Phone, How to use Kindle, and How to use your iPad and iPhone. These classes cost $20.00 each. Classes are small – only 8 students per class, with 1 instructor and 2 coaches. Their Open House is the first Thursday of each month, 1:00 to 3:00 PM. They will answer computer questions and fix laptops and PCs. For more information, call Eileen Herkes, Director of Education, at 845-623-5467 or 845-356-4198.
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December 15, 2014 By