Help with the Schedule

Our web site provides several ways to access the course schedule. If you know the name of the course you want to take, the easiest way to find its schedule is the Summary Schedule.

If you have not decided which course you want to take, there are several ways to review our courses. You can browse the course descriptions or review the panels below. The panel headings are categories that courses fall into. Review the categories to find the one that you are interested in. On either the course description page or within a panel, clicking a course name will open a page with all the information about that course.

If you know the topic or category of the course you want to take, you can also go to our course search page. On that page you can search our courses by keyword. For example, if you want to see all of our courses on the iPad, just enter ipad in the search box.

If you know the dates that you want to take a course, review the Class Schedule Calendar for the courses offered on those dates.

You can see various ways to print the schedule here.

If it appears that the schedule dates are wrong, try reloading (refreshing) the web page. If that does not work, you may need to clear your browser cache to make sure you are looking at the most recent data. Go to this article to learn how to clear the cache in each major browser.

Beginning computer users

These courses are for first-time computer users who need training in the fundamentals of using a mouse, the keyboard, and the computer.


Most of our courses are taught on Windows PCs. These are the ones that relate directly to using Windows.

Photos & Videos

Courses on editing and organizing photos.

Office Apps

Courses using Microsoft Office or Apple "Office" System.

Android Phones & Tablets

Tablets and smartphones other than iPads or iPhones. Includes LG, Samsung, Amazon, Motorola, HTC, OnePlus, Pixel, and other brands.

Social networking

Currently have courses on two of the most popular.

Computer Maintenance

How to maintain your Windows PC and protect your identity and data while using it.

Help During Classes

All students may come to Open Lab for help with their computer or with class materials.

Miscellaneous Topics

Topics that do not fit anywhere else!