#1  Getting to Know your iPhone  2 places left

Learn how to set up your iPhone, use built-in apps, install new apps and other tips and tricks. 
Bring your fully charged iPhone to class and know your Apple ID and password.


Judy Segall
3 Wednesdays, Jan 31, Feb 7 & 14     10 am – 12 pm

$60 /$70



#2  Beyond the Basics on Your iPhone   2 places left

Want to get the most out of your iPhone?  Learn advanced features, tips, and tricks to turn your iPhone into an even more useful tool.

Prerequisite: Getting to Know Your iPhone

Nancy Neschis
3 Wednesdays, Feb 21 & 28, Mar 7   1 pm – 3 pm

$60 /$70



#3  Streaming – Jan 23 What It Is and How to Do It (All Devices)

                   Only 1 place open

Streaming lets you bring movies, TV shows, live sporting events, news, and music from the web to your home. Find out how to bring the world of entertainment to your computer or TV through streaming. Find popular choices that you can rent, buy, subscribe, or watch for free.

Abby Rich
1 Tuesday, Jan 23   1 pm – 3 pm

$25 /$30

 

#4  Streaming – Mar 13 What It Is and How to Do It (All Devices)

Streaming lets you bring movies, TV shows, live sporting events, news, and music from the web to your home. Find out how to bring the world of entertainment to your computer or TV through streaming. Find popular choices that you can rent, buy, subscribe, or watch for free.

Abby Rich
1 Tuesday, Mar 13   1 pm – 3 pm

$25 /$30

 

#5  E-Cards are Here! (All Devices)

Send a little love!  Valentine’s Day is on its way and thanks to e-cards, you can rapidly send cards and greetings to all your friends and family.  Learn how to send personalized greeting cards and party invites to people on your email list. Explore the wide selection of e-cards for every occasion, learn how to upload your favorite family photo, and practice personalizing your greetings.


Prerequisites: Familiarity with the internet. Facebook account is a plus, but not a necessity. Bring photos on your phone and email addresses of your friends and family.

Melanie Radley
1 Wednesday, Feb 7    1 pm – 2:30 pm

$20 /$25

 

#6  Twitter

Whether you want to make your voice heard or just observe this especially relevant social media outlet, then Twitter is for you!  Learn the basics of tweeting, retweeting, following, direct messaging and hashtags.  Explore more advanced functions, such as editing and deleting tweets, using privacy settings, and keeping up with trending hashtags.  With time for questions, learn how to get the most out of Twitter.

Prerequisite:  Your Twitter account and password.  If you do not have an account, we will help you set one up before the class.

Charles Seidman
1 Tuesday, Feb 13   1:00pm – 3:00 pm

$25 /$30 

 

#7  Photo Editing on Your iPad

Use the free Adobe Photo Express app to crop, correct, enhance and even remove blemishes. Learn to email or post the edited photo.

Bring your iPad to class.

Muriel Mandell
1 Tuesday, Mar 6   1 pm – 3 pm

$25 /$30 

 

#8  iPad – The Basics

This workshop will teach you the basics of iPad navigation, personalization, and using the pre-installed apps.  Even if you are already using an iPad for some basic functions, this workshop will fill in the gaps.

Nancy Neschis
1 Wednesday, Mar 14      1 pm – 3 pm

$25 /$30 

 

#9  Meet Siri – Your Personal Assistant

Siri lives in your iPhone or iPad and is happy to help you in many ways.  She or he can call your sister, tell you the weather, search the internet, send an email or text message, make restaurant reservations, and a great deal more.

Nancy Neschis
1 Wednesday, Mar 21    1 pm – 3 pm

$25 /$30



#10  Facebook

Learn the basics of friending, sharing, posting and commenting on existing posts.  Explore more advanced functions, such as following the news and trending topics, gaming, and filming and broadcasting live videos.  Review privacy settings. With time for questions, learn how to get the most out of Facebook. 

Prerequisite: Your Facebook account and password. If you do not have an account, you will get help in setting one up before the first class.

Sally Loper
2 Fridays, Mar 16, 23    1:00pm – 2:30 pm

$30 /$35

 

#11  The Goodies Online from the NY Public Library (All Devices)

You can read or listen to books and now you can stream films on your computer, tablet or phone from the NYPL all for free.  Access everything from classics to recent novels and non-fiction.  Watch feature movies and documentaries.

Prerequisite: Valid NY Public Library card and PIN#.

Muriel Mandell
1 Tuesday, Mar 20    1 pm – 3 pm

$25 /$30 

 

#12  One-to-One (All Devices) Jan 21  One place left

We’re partnering with JCC community service programs to provide one-to-one instruction from a tech savvy teen in the subject of your choice.  Bring your questions and your device, if it’s mobile. 

Limited space.  You may register for one session and be waitlisted for the others.

1 Sunday, Jan 21    1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

$30

 

#13  One-to-One (All Devices) Feb 25

We’re partnering with JCC community service programs to provide one-to-one instruction from a tech savvy teen in the subject of your choice.  Bring your questions and your device, if it’s mobile. 

Limited space.  You may register for one session and be waitlisted for the others.


1 Sunday, Feb 25    1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

$30

 

#14  One-to-One (All Devices) Mar 18

We’re partnering with JCC community service programs to provide one-to-one instruction from a tech savvy teen in the subject of your choice.  Bring your questions and your device, if it’s mobile. 

Limited space.  You may register for one session and be waitlisted for the others.

1 Sunday, Mar 18    1:30-pm – 3:00 pm

$30













Teaching those over 50 how to ease into the world of technology, multi-media devices and computers.

​Located at the JCC Manhattan, 76th St and Amsterdam Ave.