Digital Literacy

Data has shown that technology is a growing way to communicate in the 21st century. For example, Small & Vorgon (2010) reported that technology stimulates brain cells and changes the brain at unprecedented speeds. As a result, our Digital Literacy is developed to include senior citizens and youth to build their communication technology skills. We shall offer the following but not limited to:

  • We shall provide a safe learning environment that integrates new technology to address the challenges of senior citizens and youth. We shall assist senior citizens in new technology and the demands in modern society.
  • We will provide self-confidence with online safety for youth and senior citizens.
  • We shall provide educational classes for higher learning and online certifications.
  • We shall have workshops on the fundamentals of how to operate and effectively utilize the computer.