Before becoming a part-time technical writer for an IT division, technology intimidated me. When I was in college, I didn’t take courses such as “Writing on the Web” or “Writing Software Documentation” because I was sure that those topics would fly right over my head.
Who would have guessed that I would be an IT technical writer three years later.
Did you know that the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) offers technology classes? These classes help you to use technology to make your life, and the world, better. If you’re a technology beginner or you’re looking to expand your skills, there’s a class for you.
And of course, all classes are free of charge.
If you’re a technology beginner, you can start out with their Computer Essentials classes. And to build workplace skills, you can attend classes on Microsoft Office products, Mailchimp, Canva (a favorite of mine), InDesign, and other resume-builders.
Want to know more? Check out the following article on the CALS blog: CALS Brings Digital Wizardry to Adult Learners with Free Technology Classes
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Alora D. Boerner
Freelance copy editor serving nonfiction writers, small business owners, and job seekers.