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6 technology personality types: which class sounds like you?

The Apprentice Not all of us have used a computer, created a free email account or mastered how to use a scanner.   Are you new to computers? Maybe you have a friend or grandparent who is ready to try?  All three branches offer classes for new or inexperienced computer users. Our teachers are skilled at helping people who are just starting out. Durr even has open labs for one-to-one help. Upcoming classes: First Time Computer Users Internet for Beginners Create an Email Exploring the Internet Saving your files, and organizing your PC One on One Digital Services Assistance One on One Photo Scanning and Editing The Professional Who doesn't need to update their Microsoft Office skills with new versions coming out all the time? Learn how to make logical spreadsheets, impressive presentations or flyers with impact. When you finish the complete series (Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint), add your new skills to your resume and start looking to apply them in our job searching on the Internet and resume classes. Upcoming classes: Microsoft Excel Microsoft Publisher Job Searching and the Internet Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft Word The Gadget Whiz You love your devices but want to know more about how to use them.  Yes, your phone and your tablet are fun and useful tools.  But what are some great apps? What can you iPad really do? How can I access use the library with apps? Maybe your curious about purchasing an e-Reader like a Nook or Kindle instead.  Our app, iPad, and e-Reader classes will have you reading and searching on the go in new and interesting ways. Upcoming classes: Top iOs and Android Apps iPad Tips & Tricks Library Apps for Your iPad or Android Introduction [...]

Kenton County Public Library to Host Job Fair and Job Search Assistance at Covington Branch

The Covington Branch of the Kenton County Public Library will be hosting a job fair on Thursday January 30th. Spokesperson Natalie Ruppert says they’re also offering a variety of job search assistance programs on a monthly basis. WNKU’s Matt Kelley asked Ms. Ruppert what kind of help is being offered to people who are looking for work. Listen here: By Matt Kelley

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