Last week, we delivered over 2,000 postcards from people all over the City with our message to City Hall: It’s time to close the digital divide for seniors and adults with disabilities. Staying connected and engaged is key to reducing isolation, promoting brain fitness and lifelong learning, keeping us connected to our health providers and to […]
Wednesdays: Free weekly classes, open lab, and one-on-one tutoring
Facebook keeps you connected to your friends and family and keeps you informed about what’s happening in their lives. This will be a refresher course with problem solving about how to use Facebook.
Wednesdays: Free weekly classes, open lab, and one-on-one tutoring This week’s class topic will be: Backing up your files
Where do YOU want to go and how are you going to get there? We will look at many websites that give information on moving throughout the city — including public transportation, maps, neighborhoods and even see exactly where you live
Monday Meetup! Join us for lunch at 12pm and a presentation from 1pm to 3pm. Felton Cogell, a recognized expert in helping people discover their historic family ties will show how to use the computer to find your own personal history — who your ancestors are — when they were born and where they lived, […]
Wednesdays: Free weekly classes, open lab, and one-on-one tutoring This week’s class topic will be: Sharing photos and videos
For people who are just getting into email or want to refresh their knowledge, we will look at and explore several free sites, then make sure that anyone who wants their own email can have it before they leave.
Wednesdays: Free weekly classes, open lab, and one-on-one tutoring This week’s class will be: Using social media to sell and donate your stuff
Our first Tech Swap Meeting on January 22 brought together seniors, people with disabilities, and a wide range of organizations working to make computers and technology available to everyone. We were thrilled by the response — over 90% of the attendees rated it a great or good event, and most found it fun and engaging. […]