Online Courses Abound at Keene State College
KEENE, N.H. 12/21/01 - Keene State College will offer numerous online courses this spring through the Continuing Education Office.
Online courses are available for many interests and are geared to all levels of computer users, from beginners to computing professionals. Online courses can be taken anytime of the day or night during a six-week period with spring sessions starting Feb. 13, March 13, and April 10. Each non-credit course is offered for only $79.
Here’s a sampling of what’s available online at Keene State. All online offerings are non-credit courses.
Students can take “Introduction to Digital Photography,” “Navigating Your Palm Pilot,” or “101 Tips and Tricks for iMac and Mac Users.” Other courses teach students how to navigate the Internet, create a web page, or master the art of web programming. Students can choose the “Introduction to the Internet” course or take more advanced web-design courses in programs such as Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft Front Page, and Microsoft Publisher.
Other online computer courses help students understand popular software such as “Introduction to Windows 2000 Professional,” “Quick Books for Macintosh,” and “Getting Organized with Outlook.”
There are many personal enrichment courses offered online designed to help students prepare for SAT and GRE tests, eliminate personal debt, become a creative writer, or chart a new career path.
Small business courses can help students discover how best to plan, start, finance, and market their own small- to mid-sized business. Other business courses are designed to improve job skills by mastering the fundamentals of giving a speech, business communications using e-mail, and “Performing Payroll Quickbooks.”
A schedule of courses and a sample lesson is found on Keene State’s online web site at www.ed2go.com/keene. For more information or to register, contact Keene State’s Continuing Education Office by phone at 603-358-2290 or 800-KSC-1909, by e-mail at continuing- firstname.lastname@example.org, or on the World Wide Web at www.keene.edu/conted.