It is not too late to get those computer skills — SCC Corporate & Community Education Computer Basics class starts November 7 at our Tyger River Campus.
Computer Basics is the easy, fun way for computer novices to learn how to use computers, Windows XP and Windows Vista, the Internet, email basics, and word processing using Microsoft Word 2007. Learning is reinforced with plenty of illustrations and practical, hands-on projects and exercises.
The class starts with elementary computer concepts and introduces basic navigation such as mousing, the cursor, the Desktop, and the taskbar. The fundamentals of word processing are covered using Word 2007. Then, students are introduced to basic file browsing and file management. Web browsing and web basics are explained. Discussion of webmail, email attachments, and email security including scams, phishing, and spam.
- Easy to understand, step-by-step, hands-on, skills-based approach that ensures student success
- Text is easy to use and understand; with daily life examples
- No previous knowledge of computers is assumed
- Gentle introduction to computer literacy for adults and seniors
- Hands-On exercises with explicit instructions for students
Our unique instructional design makes learning faster and easier for students at all skill levels. Compelling case studies demonstrate the relevance of subject matter in practical situations. Concept Reviews and Skill Builder exercises at the ends of lessons reinforce learning.