Classes & Programs

Our wide variety of technology classes at the Orange County Library System are designed to meet your needs and to help you achieve your goals through hands-on experience and expert instruction.

Programs & Events

The Orange County Library System is pleased to offer a variety of programs and events each month. From author talks to flamenco dancers and everything in between, you're sure to find a program that catches your interest!

Upcoming Classes & Programs

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Microsoft Word 2013 Level 3

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Orlando Public Library   Registration Required

Learn how to create and format tables to display and organize data. Recommended Audience: Adult #officetraining

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QuickBooks Pro 2015 Level 3

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Alafaya Branch   Registration Required

Learn how to record different types of business transactions such as posting accounts payable and accounts receivable. Also, generate financial reports for your company. Recommended Audience: Adult #officetraining

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Melrose Reservation: Photo Studio (2 hrs)

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Melrose Center   Registration Required

Photo Studio reservations can be made by Melrose members with Photo Studio access credentials. For more information on how to become a member of the Melrose Center, visit ocls.info/melrose. You must be present for the duration of the session and ensure that all users follow the Terms of Use (ocls.info/MelroseTerms) and Library Rules of Conduct (ocls.info/RulesOfConduct). RESERVING TIME IN THE CENTER A Cardholder can make a reservation in-person at the Center or call 407-835-7323. If a Cardholder is 15 minutes or more late to their Studio reservation time, access to the Studio will not be granted, and a $25 Late Cancellation/No Show fee will be assessed to the Cardholder's account. Any reservation must be cancelled not later than 11:59 pm three days prior to the reservation time in order to avoid the Late Cancellation fee. For instance, if a reservation was made for anytime on Friday, the cancellation must be made no later than 11:59 pm on the prior Tuesday. These same cancellation rules apply for weekend days as the Center is open 7 days. Setup, breakdown, saving of work, and clean-up times are built into, are part of, and will not extend the reservation time. The studio must be restored back to its original condition by the Cardholder before the end of the reservation time. There is no grace period. Failure to check out by the end of the reservation time will result in a $25 fee. Members and guest accessing studios, editing bays and sound booths are required to sign the Melrose Center Terms of Use. Guest accessing these spaces are also required to present state issued identification card. Please call 407.835.7381 or email tec@ocls.info if you have any questions or concerns. #tic #phototic

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Photoshop Level 3

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Melrose Center   Registration Required

Learn how to add layer styles, custom shapes, gradients, and photo filters. Become familiar with adding advanced effects to images. Recommended Audience: Adult #adobe

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Python Programming

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Melrose Center   Registration Required

Create a program with Python, an easy to learn programming language. Assign variables, input data and develop calculations to make an interactive application. Python can be easy to learn whether you're a first time programmer or you're experienced with other languages. Python is one of the programming languages most often used for Raspberry Pi. #codetic #tic #fabtic

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Cloud Computing: Photoshop Online

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at West Oaks Branch   Registration Required

Learn how to edit your digital photos and images using free Web applications. Recommended Audience: Adult

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Open Language Lab

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at South Creek Branch

Explore and learn English (ESOL) or the language of your choice in an open lab environment. Learn and practice using one of the available programs. #ellis

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Video Equipment Training: Camera and Lens

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Melrose Center   Registration Required

This class will introduce the basic operations of how to operate the video studio cameras. Learn basic camera settings and the use and care of a camera. This class helps prepare students for the Video Assessment. Recommended Audience: Adult #tic #videotic

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Adobe Illustrator Fundamentals

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at North Orange Branch   Registration Required

Create complex and attractive designs using shapes, images and text with special effects. Build your new business logo, advertisements, marketing flyers and other illustrations with ease using the vector tools. You will learn to draw and manipulate simple shapes, custom shapes, brush strokes, and text in unique ways. Recommended Audience: Adult #tic #adobe #phototic

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Audio Equipment Training: Live Mixer Fundamentals Level 1

Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Melrose Center   Registration Required

Discover the magic of live sound. Use a live mixer, microphones and speakers to record, mix and playback audio. Learn to route an audio signal from a microphone through the mixer to speakers or a USB flash drive. Required Skills: Understanding of basic microphone theory and terminology, including transducer types and polar patterns. Ability to set up and tear down microphones and equipment. Recommended Prerequisites: Microphone Theory Levels 1 and 2, Fundamentals of Sound for Audio Engineering Recommended Audience: Adults #tic #audiotic

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