1930 Glenview Road, Glenview, IL 60025
847-729-7500 • Monday-Friday 9 AM-9 PM
Saturday 9 AM-5 PM • Sunday 1 PM-5 PM
First Monday of the Month
March 7, 7-8:30 PM
April 4, 7-8:30 PM
May 2, 7-8:30 PM
Join this Internet user discussion group—a monthly Q&A for exploring websites, apps, social media, online searching, and the Library’s electronic resources. Bring your mobile device with you to learn how to access library resources on the go. Topics vary monthly.
Learn about browsers, search engines, basic vocabulary, searching strategies, and finding your way around a website in this hands-on class.
Use templates, text boxes, and picture tools to create cards, posters, and more.
Overall introduction to this popular word processing software. Mouse and keyboarding skills required.
Learn the layout of the EXCEL spreadsheet, how to input data, and the basics for writing formulas.
Learn to create presentations and standalone slideshows for work, school or personal use.
Learn how to work with styles, pictures, and tables to take your document beyond basic formatting. Basic WORD skills required.
What is Twitter, anyway? Get acquainted with this online social networking service that has more than just text messaging. Please sign up for a Twitter account before class.
Make connections. Build your professional identity. Learn how to network on this professional social media site. Valid email address required.
The Library’s online resources provide a wealth of information for investors, consumers, and small businesses, plus language learning, career development, and news sources. Learn how to access this information—in the Library or at home.
Learn what Pinterest is, how to create boards, and attach material to this virtual bulletin board. Please sign up for a Pinterest account before class.
Learn to use Internet tools for travel planning, purchasing airline tickets, and finding vacation packages online.
Navigate the ins and outs of online classified ads on this popular website. This class will focus on buying/selling, searching rental ads, and avoiding scams.
Learn how to find and search historical newspapers in your genealogy research and discover why they are an important resource.
Saturday, March 12, 1-3 PM • Community Room
How can DNA testing be used to attack genealogical problems? Dan Hubbard will explain what you need to know about DNA and genealogy. Dr. Hubbard currently serves as president of the Lake County Illinois Genealogical Society, and has a PhD in high energy physics. In partnership with the North Suburban Genealogical Society.
Discover how to find and use military records in your family history research.
Learn the basic steps and resources to start researching your family history.
Census records can provide many clues about your family history. Learn how to search these records online.
Download books, audiobooks, magazines, movies, music, and TV shows 24/7 with MyMediaMall, Zinio, and hoopla —FREE services to Glenview Library cardholders. Learn about these exciting digital platforms in this special series of workshops & tutorials. Unless otherwise noted, registration is required.