Though buildings are temporarily closed, the Schaumburg Township District Library will continue offering its computer classes, including Excel classes in December.
All online classes, programs, crafts, etc. will be available for free while the library buildings are closed to the public.
The programs require registration and take place on Zoom. To register, go to SchaumburgLibrary.org and choose “Events” to find the program listings. Those who register will receive a Zoom link prior to the class.
Excel 1 will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Dec. 5. Participants will learn to create a spreadsheet, enter basic formulas and create a basic chart. Prerequisite: Word 1 or Senior Word 1.
Excel Formulas and Functions is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Those joining the class will learn to use basic statistical, lookup and financial functions in Excel. Prerequisite: Excel 1.
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Learning programming for electronic devices is now becoming possible for just about anyone who wants to learn.
The e-learning company Programming Electronics Academy is making a big bet on the future of remote tech training.
The wager? “People don’t like boring things.”
Over the past decade, massive numbers of coding and programming training websites have popped up, but few have taken the time and energy to actually make their content engaging, cohesive, and fun.
For the past seven years Programming Electronics Academy has been making a name for itself in the online learning space by providing high quality video training and accompanying written lessons about how to program Arduino, an extremely popular microcontroller development board used for controlling electronics such as sensors and creating IoT (Internet of Things) devices.
Michael Cheich, the owner of PEA, says that “talking heads” and powerpoint slides make up far too much of available e-learning
DANVERS — As young students continue to lose crucial active play time due to online learning restrictions, Danvers Indoor Sports has made it a priority to bring sports programming to children in the area.
Danvers Indoor Sports, a multi-sport complex focusing on training children of all ages, has created COVID-19 friendly activities in which students can participate.
As older children tend to have programs such as soccer lined up for them after school, there is a lack of safe activities for ages 2 to 12.
To combat this need and to bring social interaction for students learning online, the facility is hosting ‘DIScover P.E.’ blocks for ages 6 to 12, which run after school Monday through Friday for up to three hours.
Sandy Mahoney, facility coordinator at Danvers Indoor Sports, said this new program is
Verizon’s getting more aggressive when it comes to trying to lure people to its network. With the iPhone 12 Mini and 12 Pro Max set to go on preorder on Friday, the nation’s largest carrier is changing up its offers.
In new deals announced Thursday and going live Friday, Verizon will offer the iPhone 12 Pro Max and 12 Pro for free to those who switch to the carrier or add a new line and are also buying a 12 Pro or 12 Pro Max on the carrier’s installment plans. Both lines will need to have Verizon’s priciest Get More unlimited option to get the deal, though no trade-in of a current phone is needed.
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — City Life Deals and Coupons has launched a new website, www.citylifedealsandcoupons.com to help consumers find the best local businesses, coupons and events in Washington, DC.
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Milpitas High School senior S’ven Morley loves to fly drones. Milpitas Xtreme Robotics Club President Kalino Ruiz enjoys combat robotics. Trojans’ junior Kathan Sheth relishes a good challenge, and Club Secretary Aisha Jaffrey appreciates the intra-club battles.
Every member of MXR eventually finds their niché within the official robotics club of Milpitas HS, and all of them savor the camaraderie amongst members.
“To be honest, I didn’t know what I wanted to do in college while in high school. I just knew it was something in engineering and MXR gave me the opportunity to explore them,” said MXR co-Vice President Nicholas Azpeitia. “It gave me an outlet and community of people I love. …It’s really great to see everyone learning from and helping each other.”
MXR recently launched a free virtual App Development Class, which has attracted nearly 50 Milpitas Unified School District 6th through 8th grade
Today, Handi Quilter, the world’s leading manufacturer of longarm quilting machine systems, and a member of the Premier Needle Arts family of companies, announced the launch of their newest machine, the Moxie by Handi Quilter, to their network of more than 400 authorized retailers in the U.S. and Canada and quilters worldwide.
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“We know that quilters want to finish their own quilts,” said Brenda Groelz, VP Marketing, and Education at Handi Quilter. “But they’re tired of pushing a large quilt through the tiny throat of their home sewing machine. With the ease of use of the 15-inch Moxie on an 8-foot HQ Loft Frame, every quilter can enjoy free-motion quilting and can own every stitch of her quilt from start to finish.”
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As the 2020 election nears, Syracuse University is holding a number of virtual events to discuss issues, promote dialogue and help students learn more about the election and its implications through the lens of disciplines, including media, law, public policy, economics and spirituality.
A full listing of Election 2020 events is available on the University Events Calendar.
Informal Dialogue Sessions
A series of informal dialogue sessions for students, sponsored by the Student Activism Engagement Team, Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience’s Cultural Centers, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, will be held on Oct. 28-29 and Nov. 1-6. Facilitated by students and staff, these dialogue sessions will provide students an opportunity to reflect on and learn more about their beliefs and those of their peers. Students will be encouraged to share their experiences, perspectives and thoughts on how the election will impact the future of the country.