CCTV and Google to Offer Computer Training for Cambridge Residents Over 50

This just in from Cambridge Community Television: 

I’m pleased to learn that CCTV and Google will be offering one-on-one computer training for Cambridge, MA residents over 50.  Participants, paired with Google employees.   will receive one-on-one training on how to send email, search the Internet, pay bills on-line, and more. Training will be tailored to each participant’s interests and experience. People of all levels are welcome to register.

Monday, March 5 & 12, 10 am- 12 p.m.

Register Today!

Email Clodagh Drummey or call 617 401 4005. Participants must be over 50 years of age and be able to attend both sessions.


Mini Lessons Offered During Computers for Seniors 

Every Monday from 10 am to 12 pm, CCTV offers computer assistance for people over 60 during Computers for Seniors.Over the next few weeks during Computers for Seniors, we will be offering a series of short 15-minute lessons beginning at 11 am.

Upcoming classes:
February 6: File & Email Management
February 13: Google Age Engage Reunion & Open House (10-11:30 am)
February 20: CCTV Closed for President’s Day
February 27: Sending Attachments by Email
March 5 & 12: Google Age Engage (Email Clodagh Drummey or call 617 401 4005 to register)
March 19: Using the Library’s Website
March 26: Understanding Different Types of Computer Files
Other classes will be announced soon. Have an idea for a mini-class? Email Nicole Belanger or call Nicole at 617 401 4007.

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