They are the right size for community centres, GP waiting rooms, libraries and other places where oldies gather.
If you would like to take some for your own favourite oldie hangout, Rick will make sure you get as many as you need.
By the way — you can’t download and print these documents yourself. They are very large files, unsuitable for a home printer. If you would like an electronic copy, please ask a helper for the online link.
The course is delivered by the University of Tasmania, and seems to be less demanding than a normal University course. It’s obviously aimed at a wider community, but people who do it get a certificate.
It’s a relatively advanced course, but there are many drop-in contacts who could do it if they were able to commit three hours each week for seven weeks. People who are new to online learning might need support to navigate the system — but that is what we are here for. The IT Room desktops would be ideal for a small group of people willing to accept the challenge — community learning in practice — in my opinion, what the IT Room should be used for.
The course starts 10 July, so you don’t have to make a decision immediately. If your family is affected by dementia, this is worth looking at — even if only for a glimpse of the real Internet.
Click on the button below to visit the course web site. If you are not sure how to follow the enrolment procedure, please grab a helper.