El Paso Public Library Wants to Help Out the Computer Illiterate
There are people who struggle to work a computer still to this day. Not a lot of people make that type of information known either. Also, it is nothing to be embarrassed about either.
Hell, my parents sometimes still struggle with certain tasks when it comes to using the computer. If you're like me where you feel more comfortable learning from a stranger than a relative then read up.
There is an opportunity that rarely comes around for people who are inexperienced with computers in El Paso. The El Paso Public Library Twitter page shared information about their digital skills training class coming up.
This class is ONLY recommended for those who have limited or no digital skills. The course will be taught at the Blue Flame Building at 304 Texas Ave. downtown.
It will be an 8-hour course that will focus on working a computer, exploring online, learning how to e-mail, Microsoft Office tools, and more. The class will be held twice a week for two hours.
Each class will be limited to 15 adults so make sure to reserve your spot today. They have different schedules to offer future students. They have three types of schedules group 1 is 10 am to 12 pm, while group 2 is 1 pm to 3 pm.
Then finally the last group 3 will be from 4 pm to 6 pm which is their late course. If you or someone you know is interested give the El Paso Public Library-Literacy Center a call at 915-212-3245.
Plus, the perk about this course is one student will be eligible to receive a FREE computer. So if you or someone you know who could benefit from this, feel free to share it with them.