Do you have some experience (or very little) with personal computers but want to understand more about some facets of PC’s? Would you like to learn more about email, Facebook, the St. Matthew’s web site, the Church Archives or just navigating PC’s? Bring your Internet and computer questions to the Library this Sunday, where we’re offering the first of three ‘Sunday Computer Experience Sessions’.
We’ll hold these sessions after each morning service August 31.
A computer is available for parishioners to use in the library whenever it is open.
- You can set up your own email account or access one that you already have.
- Word processing is available using Open Office. There is a printer attached for your convenience or you might want to bring your own flash drive.
- You can do online research or search the Church Archives and Library collection. Did you know that there are over 32,000 photographs in the Archives across the spectrum of time from the 1940’s to 2014?
Do you want to discuss how to approach difficult questions on the computer? Challenge our computer guys. Three of our parishioners will be available in the Library after each service on August 31.
- Lee Fletcher, head of the Reference Department of the New Albany – Floyd County Public Library for almost 20 years.
- David Sparks, a cloud computing specialist with Zirmed.
- Will Bogel, account manager with Composable Systems, a custom software development company.