New technology classes added

Seven new classes have been added to the Nashua Public Library technology offerings this fall. Registration is not required unless otherwise noted.

Let’s Learn HTML: Learn to code HTML 5 to create web pages by taking an online course and working through the projects as a group.
Mondays, 9/9–11/4, 6:30 p.m. Registration required; click here and scroll to Sept. 9.

Create Your Own Digital Game: For ages 12–17. Develop your game from concept to release over 11 weeks.Create your own digital game
Wednesdays, 9/11–11/20, 6:30 p.m. Registration required; click here and scroll to Sept. 11.

3-D Design: For ages 12–17. Use open-source software to design a model for 3-D printing.
Saturdays, 9/21, 10/19, or 11/16, all at 1 p.m.

Margaret H. Willison

Margaret H. Willison will teach “Podcasts 101” on Sept. 15.

Podcasts 101: Margaret H. Willison will teach you how to listen to podcasts, which ones you might like, and where to find more. Bring a phone, tablet, or laptop.
Sunday, 9/15, 1:30 p.m. 

Introduction to eBay: Find out how to buy and sell items on e-commerce site eBay.
Wednesday, 10/23, 2:30 p.m.

Microsoft Publisher: Create publications using Word Art, text boxes, pictures, and other tools. Students must be familiar with Word or Excel.
Monday, 9/9, or Thursday, 11/14, both at 2:30 p.m.

Microsoft Outlook: Take your office skills to a new level. Class covers managing email, contacts, calendars, and tasks in Outlook.
Wednesday, 11/20, 2:30 p.m.

These are just a few of the many computer workshops offered at the library. Sign up for the library’s monthly computer class newsletter.

If you have questions about these calsses, contact the Information Department at (603) 589-4611 or via email at information@nashualibrary.org.