Seniors Now Computer Learning Center is a Non-Profit organization totally run by volunteers. Our volunteers also have a life of their own, and our offices are only staffed certain times of the day and week.
The office hours are subject to change, so if in doubt, check back here for up to date office hours.
Deb Boettcher, Gary Austin (Instructor, Vice President), Paul Caudill.
Seniors Now Computer Learning Center is finally bringing iPad classes to the Renaissance Senior Recreation Center.
Introduction to the iPad will commence at Renaissance Senior Recreation Center on December 3rd from 9am to 12pm. Space is limited and these classes fill up quickly so be sure to enroll soon.
2 sessions – $20 Total
If you have an iPad and are not sure what to do with it or you just want to know what all the fuss is about, this course will help you. Learn why an iPad is easy to use. Access the internet, read and send emails, view all your favorite photos, read books you purchase and those you “take out” of the library. Learn all about the myriad of apps available and how to get the ones you want on your iPad. Bring your iPad to class or come and watch others.
Click here to see the Introduction to the iPad schedules.
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We will of course have our full selection of iPad classes at Renaissance into the new year.
These classes are:
Introduction to iPad
The iPad (Part 2)
iPad Photo Editing Fun
There’s an App for That
Joe Malin, Joanne Rowley, Larry Feldman (Instructor), Rosie Chapman (Instructor), Barbara Mencik, Rita Gaboury.
Gary Austin (Vice President), Paul Caudill, Carol Human, Sheila Bigel (Instructor), Gary Bigel, Joanne Stebbins.
Ted Goodwin, Sheila Bigel (Instructor), Gary Bigel, Paul Caudill, Gary Austin (Vice President).