Hot Springs Tech Learning Center announces March schedule

Hot Springs Tech Learning Center, a part of CHI St. Vincent Hospital’s Volunteer Services, has announced its March workshops, which will be held in Room 120 of the CHI St. Vincent Medical Building, 1662 Higdon Ferry Road.

• One on One Help Sessions — Scheduled through staff; $20 per session. One-on-one help for topics that are not covered by other workshops and classes. Students will be matched with a staff member who can provide assistance.

• iPhone Bluetooth, Travel Maps and Apple Car-Play — Scheduled through staff; $20 per session. The workshop is a one-on-one session primarily working with the iPhone’s Map app and Apple’s Car-Play, including suggested apps that could enhance the Car-Play or iPhone experience, and using music, phones calls and messages with a vehicle, and how to use these features over Bluetooth only.

• One Care — Scheduled through staff; $20 per session. The workshop covers how to navigate through the options available with One Care, St. Vincent’s Patient Portal, including sending email to a doctor and viewing test results and scheduled appointments. Participants who are already registered should bring their username and password; those who are not will be instructed on how to register.

• Streaming TV — March 5, 2-4 p.m.; $20. Find out how to connect a TV through the internet instead of using cable or satellite. Covers the equipment needed and the subscriptions needed for movies, sports, local stations, along with Roku, Sling and Hulu.

• Windows 10 Level 1 — March 12, 1-3 p.m.; $20. This course is a prerequisite to all advanced Windows courses offered. Students should have proficiency of the keyboard, mouse skills, and reasonable computer knowledge to register for this course. Students will learn how to navigate through Windows 10 and use flash drives. Windows 10 Basics is a prerequisite.

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• Copy, Cut, and Paste — March 16, 10 a.m. to noon; $20. A workshop that covers the techniques to transfer text, files, and photos from one location to another. Needed for the Managing Photos workshop.

• Windows 10 Basics — March 16, 1-3 p.m.; $20. Topics include parts of the computer, mouse usage, turning a computer on and off, taskbar, start menu, and desktop icons, and an introduction to the internet and email. A home computer is not required but is highly recommended, so students can practice the skills they learn in the classroom.

• Android Phones — March 20, 1-3 p.m.; $20. A seminar on Android phones that includes accessing the internet and using email, apps, camera, sending photographs from the camera, the calendar, alarm clock, and Wi-Fi networks. Students should bring their own Android phone.

• Managing Photos — March 23, 9 a.m. to noon; $20. This workshop will address how to transfer pictures from a camera to a computer, how to organize the pictures into folders, and how to back up the pictures to a flash drive. This is a hands-on workshop and students will use the Windows 10 operating system.

• iPad Tips — March 23, 1-3 p.m.; $20. An introduction to the Apple iPad. A hands-on, basic introduction to the Apple iPad. Students will need to bring their own iPad.

• File Management Workshop — March 24, 10 a.m. to noon; $20. Basic ways to set up, organize and manage files on a computer. Appropriate for users of all Windows systems. This is a hands-on workshop and students will use the Windows 10 operating system.

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• Popular Internet Tips — March 30, 1-3 p.m.; $20. Students will receive an overview of the internet and how to navigate on the web securely as well as an introduction to the many useful features of Google. Students will also learn how to download programs, photos and files from the internet, and the instructor always includes a number of tips and tricks, as well as how to download and personalize pages from the web and how to access other useful and informative websites.

• iPhone — March 31, 9-11 a.m.; $20. This workshop will cover how to use features on the iPhone, including accessing the internet and email, installing apps, using the camera, sending pictures from the camera, using calendar, alarm clock, how to connect to Wi-Fi networks. Students should bring their own iPhone.

Visit to register for classes, directions, and a listing of monthly schedules. Email [email protected] or call Dot Brumley a 501-844-6473 to register for any of these classes.

Society on 02/23/2020



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