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Whats On : September 2009
SEPTEMBER 2009 Gold Star presentation – Thursday 3 September 3.30-6pm. Displays Freshwater artefacts – Provided by Queensland Museum. First Thursday Club * Author talk – Thursday 8 September 10am. Author Claire Rose Knott will give a presentation about her recent publication Princes of Darkness. This book examines the lives of two Luftwaffe night fighter aces who fought and died for a regime they despised. Morning tea supplied. * Brisbane: Names behind the places – Thursday 1 October 10am. Presented by Museum of Brisbane Information Officer, Brian Ogden. Brian looks at some of the notable figures in Brisbane’s history and their links to local place names. Convicts to commandants, premiers to public servants: what is their legacy? Morning tea supplied. iSkills computer classes * Introduction to the library catalogue, eLibCat – Tuesday 1 September 2-3pm. * Introduction to computers – Tuesday 1 September 10am-12 noon, Thursday 3 September 6-8pm and Thursday 1 October 6-8pm. * Q9 Chinese character inputting method – Wednesday 2 September 10am-12 noon. Participants are required to have some computer knowledge and know how to write in Chinese. * Cantonese introduction to Photoshop – Saturday 5 September 10am-12 noon and Saturday 3 October 10am-12 noon. * Managing digital photos – Tuesday 8 September 2-3pm. Learn how to transfer photos from your digital camera to a USB memory stick, create folders and print. (Course requirements: your own digital camera, camera cable and USB memory stick). Basic computer skills required. * Cantonese introduction to computers – Friday 11 September 10am-12pm. Basic introduction to the computer. * Introduction to the internet – Tuesday 15 September 10am-12 noon and Thursday 17 September 6-8pm. Basic mouse skills essential. * Q9 intermediate Chinese character inputting method – Wednesday 16 September 10am-12 noon. Participants are required to have some computer knowledge and know how to write in Chinese. Participants must have completed the Q9 introduction class. * Cantonese introduction to internet – Friday 18 September 10am-12 noon. Basic introduction to the internet. * Introduction to email – Tuesday 22 September 10am-12 noon and Thursday 24 September 6-8pm. Basic internet and computer skills essential. * Social networking: Introduction to Facebook and YouTube – Tuesday 22 September 2-3pm. Basic computer and internet skills essential. * Cantonese introduction to email – Friday 25 September 10am-12 noon. Basic internet and computer skills essential. * Places are limited. Booking essential. 25