Glendale Library Offers Access to over 500 Learning Courses through Universal Class
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Glendale Library Offers Access to over 500 Lifelong Learning Courses through Universal Class
GLENDALE—Glendale Library, Arts & Culture is pleased to introduce a new way to pursue continuing education and lifelong learning through Universal Class. This online learning platform features over 500 courses in over 30 subject areas, including Parenting and Family, Business and Career, and Office Skills training. Library users may access Universal Class with their library card at http://bit.ly/GLACUniversalClass. The Top 10 Universal Class courses based on user enrollment include:
- Excel and Advanced Excel 2016
- Typing and Keyboarding 101
- Accounting & Bookkeeping 101 for Everyone
- Basic Math 101
- Writing Basics 101: Spelling, Grammar, Punctuation, Writing Structures
- Microsoft Word 2016
- Anatomy and Physiology 101
- Medical Terminology 101
- Investing 101: Stocks, Bonds, and Mutual Funds
Coursework is completely self-paced, secure, private, and saved as you learn. Users may take up to five courses at a time and up to six months to complete a course. Most courses work can be completed in 10-20 hours. Additional popular courses include a wide variety of topics such as drawing and digital photography, nutrition, aromatherapy, creating webpages, interview skills, Buddhism, building children’s reading skills, alternative medicine, project management, and home decoration. For more information about Universal Class, please contact staff at any Library, Arts & Culture location, or call 818-548-2021.
Known as the “Jewel City,” Glendale is the fourth largest city of Los Angeles County. With a population of more than 200,000, Glendale is a thriving cosmopolitan city that is rich in history, culturally diverse, and offers nearly 50 public parks, as well as easy access to a municipal airport. It is the home to a vibrant business community, with major companies in healthcare, entertainment, manufacturing, retail, and banking.
About Library, Arts & Culture
Glendale’s Library, Arts & Culture Department began in 1907 and includes six neighborhood libraries as well as the Brand Library & Art Center, housed in the historic 1904 mansion of Glendale pioneer Leslie C. Brand, and the Central Library, a 93,000 square foot center for studying, learning and gathering. For more information call Library, Arts & Culture at 818-548-2030 or see the website www.GlendaleLAC.org.
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