Gardening on the Web

Gardening on the Web

Use the web to enhance your horticultural knowledge and share your garden with family, friends and the world! If you can bring your own laptop, please let us know. All skill levels are welcome. Sessions presented by Library Manager.

Each session: Public $25; Members $20

All classes are held in the Weston Family Library.

Gardening on the Web: Blogging – CANCELLED

Thursday, November 20, 1 to 3 p.m.
Learn how to create your own blog and share your knowledge, passion and interest with the world. This session will introduce you to WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr to easily build your blog, create posts and add photos, tags and hyperlinks.
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Preparing the Ground
Thursday, Feb. 19, 10 a.m. to noon
Start at the beginning with web browsers and search engines. Discover tips and tricks to easily find what you’re looking for–and what to ignore–on the Web. If you don’t already have an e-mail account, we’ll set one up and teach you how to use it.
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Cultivating Knowledge
Thursday, March 5, 1 to 3 p.m.
The Internet is rich with information sources that can help you answer a question or solve a problem. Learn about horticulture databases and free online resources and open up a whole new world of possibilities for finding gardening information, ideas and inspiration.
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Managing Photographs
Thursday, March 19, 10 a.m. to Noon
Learn how to upload and share digital photos with family and friends. Explore photo sharing with Photobucket, Flickr and Facebook. Bring some of your photos on a laptop or USB key.
[PG15P05]

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Blogging
Thursday, April 2, 1 to 3 p.m.
Learn how to create your own blog and share your knowledge, passion and interest with the world. This session will introduce you to WordPress, Blogger and Tumblr to easily build your blog, create posts and add photos, tags and hyperlinks.
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