BCS opens computer lab to Boltonians

BOLTON LANDING - Bolton Central School District is now offering evening computer lab time to local residents and its students.

The school's new MacIntosh computer lab will be open to Bolton community members from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursdays for the rest of the school year. It is located in Room No. 240, on the second floor of the school.

Those interested are asked to call for lab time. Plans call for the lab to be supervised alternately by Bolton's two business/computer education teachers: William Green and Jennifer Trowbridge. They will assist computer lab users with computer software, hardware and Internet questions, such as, how to set up an email account, format a resume, share photos online, or research the Internet.

Instruction will also available for those interested in learning a variety of programs.

The lab offers a wide variety of software including Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel), Photoshop, and various movie-authoring programs. There is also a variety of computer hardware available for use including a color scanner, DVD/CD burners, a digital camera, a digital camcorder, and color laser printers.

Individuals will be responsible for bringing their own storage media if they wish to save their files. It is suggested that a USB portable storage device or CD-R/CD-RWs be used. Information on online storage will also be available.

For details, call William Green at 644-2400, ext. 427 or via email: wg427@boltoncsd.org.

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