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Library offers kids’ Net classes

The Grass Valley Children’s Library offers free computer and Internet tutorials for parents and children. Tutorials are designed around each person’s skill level and interests, and participants may sign up as often as they wish.

“I want to help people find the information they need using the computer,” said Joyce Hoffman, who will teach the classes. “The computer is also a great tool for communication and personal satisfaction.”

Hoffman spent many years as a computer professional before joining the children’s library staff.



In a small-group setting, participants will learn basic Internet skills such as navigation from window to window, searching the Internet, and evaluating a Web site for integrity. Hoffman will also teach simple research skills, how to use the online library catalog, and how to create documents.

This service is available at the Grass Valley Children’s Library by appointment. For information, call Hoffman at 477-5790.


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