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As easy as Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a small credit card sized computer designed to help people understand how computers work. Learn how to configure the Pi, attach peripherals and power it up. Discover how to use the Python language to programme your Pi, understand the Unix operating system tools and how you can use the Pi in inventive ways such as running a media centre.

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Date: 10 Aug 14 - 17 Aug 14
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Make your first mobile app

Make your first mobile app for mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets using the web.

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Networking: introduction

Learn about various network installations (peer to peer, client/server), hardware, settings, network printing and creating user accounts and control. A combination of theory and practical sessions. Ideal if you have basic computing experience.

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Date: 17 May 14 - 31 May 14
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Optimise your laptop

While the output of a laptop and desktop computer is the same, they work in different ways. Gain tips on how to improve performance on your laptop, increase battery life, maintain security and make upgrades.

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PC maintenance

Learn how to troubleshoot and solve most of your computer hardware problems. Look at what is inside the computer, how it works and how to upgrade computer components. Ideal if you have basic computing experience.

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Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a small credit card sized computer designed to help people understand how computers work. Learn how to configure the Pi, attach peripherals and power it up. Discover how to use the Python language to programme your Pi, understand the Unix operating system tools and how you can use the Pi in inventive ways such as running a media centre.

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Raspberry Pi for teachers

Learn how to use and teach the use of the Raspberry Pi microcomputer.

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Date: 1 Aug 14 - 8 Aug 14
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Troubleshoot common computer problems

Computers can give you a headache with problems that can easily be resolved. Learn how to solve the most common computer problems, saving you time and money.

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City Lit’s wide range of part-time, evening and weekend computer courses range from beginner level to advanced qualifications, covering the major Microsoft Office applications, desktop publishing, web design, multimedia packages and programming

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