32 3D CAD Workshop Do you have something you want to model or design? Come learn the basics of 3D modeling. This class will empower you with some beginner knowledge about how to turn your design ideas into a 3d model that you could make into real-life objects.  We will be talking about and using parametric 3D modeling CAD, such as Fusion 360 or OnShape, which is low cost or free software. If you don’t have an account with one of these software sign up for one and be prepare to dig-in the first night. Most run on Windows or Mac. If you load the software on a laptop bring it or at least please bring a 4GB or larger thumb drive to save your work. 4 Mondays • 6 - 9pm • February 26 • March 19 • $125 TC44-S18 Instructor: Randy Lennox 3D Printing Workshop Would you like to do something with 3D Printing? Come and learn where to start and how to create something for 3D Printing. We will discuss the different software, equipment, and materials required along with the tips and tricks of the trade.  Best of all, you will be able to create and 3D print an object, and have hands- on with slicing software. Experience with Photoshop CC or a CAD program is helpful, but not required. Come with an idea of what you want to do with 3D printing the first night. 3 Mondays • 6 - 9pm • March 26 - April 9 • $99 TC36-S18 Instructor: Randy Lennox Adobe CC for Beginning Graphic Designers Adobe owns the creative software market with their Creative Cloud Suite, and there are three software titles every beginning designer must know: Photoshop CC (photo repair and manipulation), Illustrator CC (line drawings and logo creation), and InDesign CC (text and image assembly for print and digital page creation). Experience these three fundamental tools of design in a hands-on approach where you will explore which tasks are suited for which tools, and how they work seamlessly together to produce amazing results. Bring your own ideas and projects to work on in class. It is best to have a basic working knowledge and familiarity with computers.   4 Thursdays • 6 - 9pm • March 8 - March 29 • $189 TC41-S18 Instructor: Michael Koykka Robotics for Kids! Does your child like to tinker or build things?  We are offering a one day workshop for kids to learn how to make their own Battery/Solar Mini Car. They will learn the basic skills and understand how 3D printing, CNC machining, and CAD systems are used to design and build robots. Open to kids ages 12 to17 years old. Saturday • 9am - 1pm • April 7 • $45 TC45-S18 Instructors:RandyLennox&MarcusFletcher Technology Technology Personal Computers for Beginners It’s time to connect with your family, friends, coworkers, and more! We’ll proceed slowly, one step at a time, and use a combination of lecture and hands-on to learn how the computer works and what it can do for you.  Learn the basics from creating, editing, and saving files to sending email with attachments. We will also review important steps to keep your data safe and secure. 4 Mondays • 6:30 - 9pm • April 23 - May 14 • $125 TC09-S18 Instructor: Scott McKeown Apple iPad Basics The iPad doesn’t come with a user’s manual and not everything is intuitive, so most iPad users miss out on a lot of features. It can be frustrating and aggravating when you are starting out. You will learn some very useful tips that will help you enjoy your iPad. Topics included in this class will be: features of the iPad, using gestures, syncing files, searching for apps, saving images and creating folders, configuring your iPad, the iPad camera, connecting to an external display, speeding from app to app and splitting the iPad’s on-screen keyboard in two. Thursday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • March 8 • $65 TC12-S18 Instructor: Karen DaSilva Apple iPhone Basics Become familiar with iPhone essentials and learn how to get the most from your phone. You will discover the iPhone’s apps, contacts, email, events and reminders, playlists, Facetime, and how to customize Siri to do all sorts of great things for you. Thursday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • March 15 • $65 TC13-S18 Instructor: Karen DaSilva Facebook: Basics Come learn about one of the largest social networking sites out there! Designed for people who have never created a Facebook account or have created a Facebook account but have barely begun to utilize it. If privacy issues are what concerns you most, we will discuss those concerns at length and how to deal with them. To maximize learning, you will need to have an email address in order to create a Facebook account and know the password to your email address when you come to class.  If you already have a Facebook account, please know your username and password before arriving. Thursday • 6:30 - 8:30pm • March 15 • $49 TC15-S18 Instructor: Jennifer Ferrari Facebook: Beyond the Basics Are you comfortable navigating the basic applications of Facebook, but would like to delve deeper into the advanced features the site offers? Great! This course is designed for those people who already have a Facebook account and feel comfortable using it, and want to know more about the in- depth features that it offers such as creating photo albums, setting friends lists, creating/joining groups and liking pages. You should be comfortable navigating the basics of Facebook (friending people, posting a status update, etc.) before arriving to class. 2 Thursdays • 6:30 - 8pm • March 22 - March 29 • $55 TC31-S18 Instructor: Jennifer Ferrari Bundled Classes • $198 Continued…