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Discovery!

Programs for Adult Learners with a Young Attitude

Computers UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER — LEVEL I This course is designed for the individual who is afraid of the computer and has never taken a computer class. Class will cover terminology, turning the computer on and off, mouse control, file management, beginning word processing and basic Internet searching using personal computers and a Windows operating system. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions) 4168 CDIS 39-001 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4209 CDIS 39-005 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4211 CDIS 39-007 Lakeshore Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Freeman Room N205

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING COMPUTER — LEVEL II This course is for those who have completed Unconditionally, Categorically, Totally Beginning computer (Level I) and choose to continue the learning. Topics covered will be email (including attachments), advanced Internet skills, MS Word editing, formatting and adding graphics to documents. (5 sessions) 4169 CDIS 39-002 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4170 CDIS 39-003 Grayslake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Robins Room D133 4208 CDIS 39-004 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4210 CDIS 39-006 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Santini Room V102 4212 CDIS 39-008 Lakeshore Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $95 Freeman Room N205 28

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING MICROSOFT WORD 2007 – LEVEL 1 Learn the necessary features loaded in your computer and general settings that can be changed to fit your needs. Compare WordPad options (similar to Word 2003), learn to use the MS 2007 ribbon interface to create a document, change MS Word options, edit (copy, paste and cut) and create documents to fit your needs, including flyers, posters, business cards and greeting cards. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions)

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL – LEVEL 2 Beginning Excel students may choose to continue their learning in this intermediate course. ( 5 sessions) 4206 CDIS 88-002 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, October 29-December 3 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Santini Room V102’ $79

4203 CDIS 87-001 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, September 23-October 21 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102 4205 CDIS 87-003 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 9 a.m.-11 a.m. $79 Santini Room V102

UNCONDITIONALLY, CATEGORICALLY, TOTALLY BEGINNING MICROSOFT WORD 2007 – LEVEL 2 Students at this level will continue exploring and working with many features of MS Word 2007, with a brief introduction to 2010. Topics will include mail merge, line space settings, paragraph alignment, correct spelling, looking up a definition while working in a document, copying/pasting information and images from the Internet, using themes, inserting charts and/or pictures saved on the computer and changing printer settings. Call (847) 543-6507 for textbook information. (5 sessions) 4204 CDIS 87-002 Southlake Campus Meets Fridays, October 28-December 2 12 p.m.-2 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL – LEVEL 1 This course will cover the basic concepts of Microsoft Excel 2007 with a brief introduction to 2010. Students will learn how to design and work with charts, create formulas and use functions. This is for students who have completed a computer fundamentals class or have equivalent experience. (5 sessions) 4207 CDIS 88-001 Southlake Campus Meets Saturdays, September 17-October 22 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. $79 Santini Room V102

Defensive Driving Class for Insurance Discounts for Seniors The National Safety Council Defensive Driving course could result in a reduction of your auto insurance premium. It’s designed to provide drivers with the latest information about safe driving techniques to prevent collisions and traffic violations. Specific topics include proper scanning, seat belts and air bags, drinking and driving, conditions of driving, speeding, right-of-way procedures, proper turning, passing techniques and aggressive driving. You’re advised to consult your insurance agency to see if this four-hour course will satisfy its requirement for a senior citizen insurance discount. The cost is $20 for seniors taking the class for insurance purposes only. You may register for a class at a location near you by calling (847) 543-2185 or (847) 543-2101.

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College of Lake County Fall 2011 Personal Enrichment Class Schedule  

Fall 2011 schedule of personal enrichment classes for adults, youth and seniors.

College of Lake County Fall 2011 Personal Enrichment Class Schedule  

Fall 2011 schedule of personal enrichment classes for adults, youth and seniors.