The classes are available in many locations: Archbold, Swanton, Napoleon, Bryan, Montpelier, Metamora and Liberty Center.
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The program is part of the Every Citizen Online project and has been helping people in a number of areas, including:
- Mastering the Keyboard and Mouse
- Programs and Files
- The Internet and Websites
- Searching on the Internet
- Email Basics and Sending Photos
Students with any level of experience are building confidence and becoming more comfortable with computers through these free classes. Some have even gone from never touching one before to wanting one of their own!
“Super class… and super instructor! They make it so easy to understand. It really helps you gain confidence! ”
Barbara from Hicksville, Ohio
“I enjoyed learning new ways to use my computer. The class was easy to follow and I could actually understand what I was learning!
Myrna from Bryan, Ohio
The Every Citizen Online project is a partnership between Connect Ohio and Northwest State Community College.
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