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Connected Seniors @ the Library

April–November 2012


April Introduction to mobile phones, Part 1 Tuesday 10 April, 2–4pm Introduction to mobile phones, Part 2 Thursday 12 April, 2–4pm Bookings open 16 March, 8.45am Master the basics and understand your mobile phone in this two-part practical workshop. Introducing users to the fundamentals of using a mobile phone, including making a call, working through menus and managing your address book.

May Texting on your mobile phone Tuesday 29 May, 2–4pm Bookings open 27 April, 8.45am Learn what an SMS (text message) is and how to create, send and receive one. You’ll also learn some tips to locate space buttons, capitals and symbol keys to make it easier and quicker for you to text.

Taking pictures on your mobile phone Thursday 31 May, 10.30am–12.30pm Bookings open 27 April, 8.45am Quick, handy and easy to use. Learn about the camera on your mobile phone, how to take photos and move them from your phone to your PC to email, print or save.


June Introduction to mobile phones, Part 1 Tuesday 12 June, 2–4pm Introduction to mobile phones, Part 2 Thursday 14 June, 2–4pm Bookings open 11 May, 8.45am Master the basics and understand your mobile phone in this two-part practical workshop. Introducing users to the fundamentals of using a mobile phone, including making a call, working through menus and managing your address book.

July Texting on your mobile phone Thursday 12 July, 2–4pm Bookings open 15 June, 8.45am Learn what an SMS (text message) is and how to create, send and receive one. You’ll also learn some tips to locate space buttons, capitals and symbol keys to make it easier and quicker for you to text.

August Your internet questions answered Wednesday 8 August, 10.30am–12.30pm Bookings open 6 July, 8.45am Get stuck into this practical session about the basics of the internet. Learn how to go from one website to another, what are the best search terms to use, plus lots of other handy hints and tricks.

September Introduction to mobile phones, Part 1 Tuesday 11 September, 2–4pm Introduction to mobile phones, Part 2 Tuesday 18 September, 2–4pm Bookings open 10 August, 8.45am Master the basics and understand more about your


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October Texting on your mobile phone Wednesday 3 October, 2–4pm Bookings open 7 September, 8.45am Learn what an SMS (text message) is and how to create, send and receive one. You’ll also learn some tips to locate space buttons, capitals and symbol keys to make it easier and quicker for you to text.

November Playing on the phone and the internet Wednesday 14 November, 10.30am–12.30pm Bookings open 12 October, 8.45am It’s play time in the training room where we respond to you. Bring your phone along or just jump on a PC as this workshop will be LQWHUDFWLYHDQGà H[LEOHJLYLQJ\RXSOHQW\ of opportunities to ask questions, get some help and learn some new tricks.


Additional information ‡ All classes are free ‡ All classes to be held in either the Library Training Room or the Community Learning Centre ‡ All sessions run for two hours and include refreshments ‡ Session bookings open four weeks before the date of the session and can be made by calling 8397 7333 ‡ All participants receive take home information ‡ For further information please contact either Melaina Tate or Symon Williamson at the Library


Other classes We also offer a range of classes throughout the year. Check out our website – www.teatreegully.sa.gov.au – or ask at the Ask Here Desk when you next come for a visit. Basic computer skills One-on-one sessions with our friendly volunteers. The 45-minute sessions are unstructured and assistance can be given with skills such as: ‡ How to master your mouse ‡ Creating, saving and opening documents in Word ‡ :RUNLQJZLWKÀOHVDQGIROGHUV ‡ Using menus and toolbars ‡ Using web based email (Outlook unavailable). We also have a range of online resources that you can access from our website, either in the Library or from home, and a large range of computer books that you can borrow. Check us out on Facebook or have a read of our Off the ShelfEORJWRÀQGRXWPRUHDERXW what is going on in your Library.

For more information, please contact us on 08 8397 7444 or visit www.teatreegully.sa.gov.au

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