Whether you’ve updated your software or purchased a completely new piece of technology, there’s always more to learn!
From cellphones to computers – software to digital cameras – we have some great programs coming up this trimester. These classes are small, and provide the opportunity for one-on-one assistance. Sign up early while there is still time!
*Click on the class title to register online, or give us a call at 314.862.4859 x24.
New phone? No problem! In this introductory course you will learn basic techniques for using your Android phone including: contact management, physical layout of buttons and features, navigating screens and apps and more. Please bring your own Android phone fully charged.
Tired of developing film? Considering buying a digital camera? In this course you will learn about the advantages of digital photography, camera equipment, features and more. There will also be a brief introduction to the various websites and software for organizing, editing and sharing digital photos.
How to Use Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi is the wireless Internet connection available at many coffee shops, libraries and airports. You can also set up a Wi-Fi system in your own home. In this course, you will learn all about Wi-Fi, where and how to get it, as well as important safety precautions when using it. Connect with us!
iPad iOS 10
Your iPad comes with powerful apps for the things you do every day. Apple continues to enhance the iPad’s usability with the release of iOS 10. This course is a comprehensive introduction to using the iPad including all of the standard applications that come with iOS 10. Come learn how to maximize the various features of your new iPad!
iPhone iOS 10
Learn the basics of your new iPhone – set up email accounts, connect to the Internet, download applications, take pictures, use maps and more. This course also covers the newer iOS iPhone apps, making screen text larger, and other helpful tips. Master all of the functions you need to get started!
In this course you will learn valuable word processing skills like creating, saving and retrieving documents; inserting and deleting text; formatting text; and using cut, copy and paste. Before you take this course, you should have some experience with the computer and the Windows operating system.>
Call your long-distance family members and friends via the world’s most popular video-calling app, Skype. This course will cover the types of devices compatible with Skype, setting up a user account, adding new contacts, and talking with anyone in the world who also has Skype (for free).
Windows 10 represents a new approach to computing between devices for Microsoft. This course will teach you the basics of this innovative Operating System (OS) including important settings, navigating and customizing the start menu, and installing applications that you’ll love to use.
For a full list of all technology classes offered through St. Louis Oasis, visit our website.
See you in class!