Computer Resource Centers Course Catalog
Computer Resource Centers offer classes for all ages. Classes range from beginner computer skills to specialized job training. CRC instructors are also available for limited one-on-one assistance during Open Access hours
Subject areas include:
- Digital Literacy:
- Best for new or inexperienced computer users, Digital Literacy classes cover typing and mouse skills, internet research, internet safety, and social networking tools.
- Workforce Development:
- Workforce development courses train students to use software programs and internet tools, particularly for jobseekers wanting to enhance their work skills.
- Multimedia classes instruct experienced computer users on how to create high-quality photos, videos, graphics, and publications. Multimedia classes emphasize creativity using digital design tools.
- Information Technology:
- Information Technology courses explore the nuts and bolts of computers including hardware and software maintenance.
- Special Topics:
- Special Topics classes are short workshops that address specific tools or subjects. Unique web programs or themed classes are typical Special Topics subjects. Share your idea for a new Special Topics course with your CRC Coordinator!
- Teen classes offer youth ages 14-17 opportunities to develop technology skills and receive academic and career guidance in the form of homework help, entrepreneurial training, college prep, and resume writing.
- RECYouth is a multimedia training program for teens ages 14-17. RECYouth offers video, audio, and graphic design training to develop teens’ technology skills while asking them to think critically about issues in their communities and in their lives.
- Youth Program:
- Youth programs engage children ages 6-14 in fun, educational, computer-based projects that develop their digital and analytical skills while encouraging them to learn, grow, and succeed.
- Open Access:
- Open Access is free time for recreation center members to use CRC resources. Coordinators are often available for one on one help. Check the CRC schedule for Open Access age guidelines.
While not all classes are offered at all locations, we encourage CRC users to request classes that they would like to take. We strive to serve the needs of every community in designing a course schedule that benefits the greatest number of students. Please take a brief survey if you wish to request a course.