Computer & App Classes for spring 2018 are now open for enrollment!
This semester, we are offering nine classes on finding and using health information resources. The classes are open to Oklahoma library staff and literacy program staff and volunteers. Some library staff members may wish to consider taking several of the courses in order to become a Certified Health Information Specialist.
- Rural Health Issues and Resources (1/2 day)
- Providing Multilingual and Multicultural Health Information (1/2 day)
- Consumer Health Information
- Improving the Health, Safety, and Well-being of LGBT Populations (1/2 day)
- NLM Resources on Developmental Disabilities (1/2 day)
- Resources for Consumer Health Decision-Making (1/2 day)
- Cancer Information (1/2 day)
- Nutrition Information Resources (1/2 day)
- Providing Mental Health Information (1/2 day)
ODL’s Office of Library Development provides hands-on classes for computer programs, apps and technology. Training is conducted on computers, iPads and MS Surface Pro tablets in ODL’s Computer Lab!
The classes are free and cover many useful topics. From Historypin to social media and proposal writing to Photoshop, these technology-based classes will help take your library and literacy work to the next level… Also, it’s just plain fun!
For further information, contact Doris Dixon.