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EVERY Wed Nov 6 thru Wed Nov 27 2013 – 4 sessions
1:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.                                    
Computer Teaching Center/IS
Instructor:  Richard Nelson (Lakewood)
Class assistant: Lucille Peterson (Lakewood)
Fee $16.00    Limit 10 Students

This course is for those seeking to learn how to use or improve their skills in using a flash drive. The flash drive is one of the most useful, powerful, and affordable computer tools that has been available for saving your documents available within the last 5 years. In this course you will learn how to identify a flash drive, rename a flash drive, save directly to a flash drive and then graduate in learning to build folders on the flash drive and save documents to those folders. The course will also include how to build and manage a backup flash drive, so it is safe to use your primary flash drive on other computers.

One of the hallmarks of a Prep School course is that during each session a significant amount of time will be dedicated to supervised practice.


Students attending this course should have at least minimal typing and mouse skills.

For the first three sessions the student should bring one flash drive. The Last session the student should bring a second flash drive one that is blank or reusable by reformatting it.