Summer 2017

 

 

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
12 to 8 PM
Open Tech Café

2 PM to 8 PM
Open Tech Café

12 to 8 PM
Open Tech Café

2 to 8 PM
Open Tech Café

12 to 7 PM
Open Tech Café

12 to 5 PM
Open Tech Café

12 to 2PM
Senior Momentum 

2 to 4 PM
Media Merger

2 to 4 PM
Tech-NOW!
2 to 4 PM
Media Merger

2 to 4 PM
E-Readers Club

1 to 2:30 PM
Tech-spiration

2 to 4 PM
3D_4_Me! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scheduled Classes

Senior Momentum All ages. Stay out of the heat and step into some cool technology. Manage bills, shop online, e-read, and Kinect bowl with dear friends in the Tech Cafe. Board games and cards will also be available.

3D_4_Me! All ages. Discover how to draw in 3D. Create fantasy world or develop a scaled model for a building project. Perhaps even design a future home. Print off pictures of various view angles as desired. 

Media Merger All ages. Sound, pictures, animation! Learn how to blend any combination of the three into a myriad of individualized presentations. Attendees will learn how to merge media to create powerful messages for work and/or personal use. (digital and video cameras will be avaliable for use in the Tech Cafe during class time.)

E-Readers Club All ages. Learn how to defend your digital devices from unwanted viruses. Discover how to be a responsible user. Protect and back up your electronic files so you don't become victim of a computer crash. 

Ancestor Stories Ages 16 & Up. Research lineage and build family trees, using free online resources. 

Prime Time Tech-Time Ages 55 & Up. A time just for our senior citizens! Learn how to create your own cards, slide shows, and manage your technical devices or enjoy some bowling with good friends on the Kinect. Senior

Tech-Time is paired with the Prime Time program. Seniors meet in the Teen Room in the W&A building on Prime Time dates. 

Career Questing Ages 16 & Up. Get support attaining a job (resumes, cover letters, business letters, memos, etc) climbing the corporate ladder (researching and presenting skills), or adding to your job. 

Tech Now Ages 16 & Up. Watch and discuss informative videos on new and upcoming technology. 

Web Invent All Ages. Learn the ins and outs of web editing sites and navigational tools.

Digital Art Ages 16 & up. With a stylus and Wacom tablet, learn to draw in vibrant colors.

Photo Plus Ages 16 & up. You will learn the ins and outs of digital photography. 

Art of Photo Editing Ages 16 & up. Young and old alike will have success expermenting with photos in a creative way under the guidance of the tech staff.

Tech-spiration Ages 16 & up. Use digital photos and/or scanned images or artwork to create memorable greeting cards, invitations Valentine's scrapbook pages and so much more.

Tech Rec Tournaments All Ages. Work on the PS3 and Kinect programs to gain strength, balance, rhythm, and aerobic stamina. Or, sit an enjoy a board game with a friend.

GED Classes All Ages. The GED or the General Education Development is a test of your skills and capabilities required for admission to colleges, educational institutions, and employment eligibility.  You may have missed your school’s diploma or failed to complete your basic studies in Ohio.  In such cases, taking a battery of GED tests will help you achieve a general proficiency certificate and also get admission in colleges and schools.  Taking the Ohio GED test enables you to show your worth in handling college level courses. Contact the Kroc Center for dates and times. To register, contact Lisa Smart at the Miami Valley Career Technology Center;
(937) 854-6287
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Drop-In Anytime Classes
Drop-In Anytime classes are not offered during SK2 hours
(Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 4 to 5 PM)

Crash Proofing Learn how to defend your digital devices from unwanted viruses.

Cyber Sentry Learn how to safeguard your computer against unwanted viruses and
create fear-free social environments online.

Microsoft Tutorials Learn time-saving tips on how to use MSWord, Publisher, Excel, and PowerPoint more effectively in these Microsoft Office mini-classes.

Digital Organization Learn how to manage files, folders, and drives.

Tech Rec Tournaments Work on the PS3 and Kinect programs to gain strength,
balance, rhythm, and aerobic stamina. Or, sit an enjoy a board game with a friend.

Online Circles Create your own circles of friends and interact for business or pleasure on sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Skype, Google+, and more!

Opps and Apps Research job opportunities, get knowledgeable about company backgrounds, and navigate online applications smoothly.

P4 (plan, produce, publish, print)
See an imagined project through to the end. Learn how to make a plan with storyboards or diagrams. Create your work by selecting the appropriate online resources. Save and publish your project. Then, learn how to print it just the way you want it to appear.

Search & Research It’s time for term papers AND finding good deals!  Or, read up on that company you would like to explore for an up-coming interview.  This class will cover all types of researching.  Learn to get the facts like a pro.

The Write Place Whether you are writing a paper, re-working a resume, or composing letters or reports, we’re here to help.

 

Adult Education Classes

 

Tuesday
Thursday
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
GED Location:
EDU Tech Studio
GED Location:
EDU Tech Studio

GED Classes

Session 1 

Start: September 13 - October 27
Last day to register: September 12

 

Session 2

Start: November 1 - December 15 
Last day to register: October 31
Holiday break: December 16 - January 14, 2017

Session 3

Start: January 17 - March 2
Last day to register: January 16

Session 4

Start: March 7 - April 27 
Spring Break: March 27 - 31
Last day to register: March 6 

Instructors:
Gail Peoples & Diane Murphy

*Enter main door from parking lot. Ask receptionist directions to GED room.

Cost: FREE. It’s never too late to achieve your goals! The GED or the General Education Development is a test of your skills and capabilities required for admission to colleges, educational institutions, and employment eligibility. You may have missed your school’s diploma or failed to complete your basic studies in Ohio. In such cases taking a battery of GED tests will help you achieve a general proficiency certificate and also get admission in colleges and schools. Taking the Ohio GED test enables you to show your worth in handling college level courses. Contact the Kroc Center for dates and times. To register, contact Lisa Smart at the Miami Valley Career Technology Center; (937-854-6287)