Focus on Technology

//Focus on Technology

Includes but not be limited to computer safety, “wired for monitoring” homes, AI, etc. (Hoping someone in Mary’s group will take this one). Covers high- and low-tech ways to make it easier for seniors to enjoy life and/or to age at home.

Spring is a Good Time to Consider the Security of Your Computer Equipment

A Message From the North Carolina Department of Information Technology

Spring is a Great Time to Do a ‘Digital Declutter’.    Springtime means spring cleaning. Reviewing your passwords and privacy settings on your accounts and devices is a good way to help keep your personal information protected and safe for cybercriminals.  Get these great security tips!

Spring is a Good Time to Consider the Security of Your Computer Equipment 2021-03-31T21:28:55-04:00

Free March 2021 On-Line Chatham County (NC) Library Computer Classes

MARCH 2021 On-Line Virtual Computer Classes

Click on the following blue hot-links to open detailed descriptions of each course content and the related registration links. Classes include | Intro to Facebook March 09, Tuesday, 3:00 pm | Microsoft Word: Beyond Basics March 17, Wednesday, 3:00 pm | and Google Apps March 24, Wednesday, 3:00 pm.

Free March 2021 On-Line Chatham County (NC) Library Computer Classes 2021-03-02T21:49:45-05:00

Chatham County (NC) Library Online Classes for December 2020

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Microsoft Word Basics Part 1 Learn how to create and format documents in Microsoft Word. This class is designed for beginners. Build on the concepts learned in Part 1. Create bulleted and numbered lists, insert charts & tables, add headers & footers, and more. Participants should have prior basic experience with Word.

Visit this site to read the details.

Chatham County (NC) Library Online Classes for December 2020 2020-11-24T13:26:19-05:00

North Carolina Has Established a New COVID-19 County Alert System

New COVID-19 County Alert System  The NC Department of Health and Human Services is pleased to start sharing important information. North Carolina is currently experiencing high levels of community transmission of COVID-19 statewide, but the virus is impacting some counties particularly hard.

The state has established a new COVID-19 County Alert System to help North Carolinians understand how their county is faring and take actions to slow the spread of the virus. Under the system, 53 counties are experiencing critical or substantial community spread, with the remaining counties seeing significant community spread. Learn more about how the system works and what steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones at: https://governor.nc.gov/news/north-carolina-introduces-covid-19-county-alert-system

North Carolina Has Established a New COVID-19 County Alert System 2020-11-18T22:57:26-05:00
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