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Senior Internet Classes at the library

— January 28, 2016

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Back by popular demand the Philipsburg Jubilee Library will be resuming its Senior Internet Classes as of February 2016.
Senior Internet Classes at the library
The abovementioned classes will be held in the library’s Media Lab every Friday morning and afternoon, starting February 5th, 2016 to June 24th, 2016, time: 9 am to 12.00 pm and 2 pm to 5pm. The library has provided Senior Internet Classes since 2015 to over 60 seniors, providing access to computer technologies that enrich their lives and enable them to share their skills.

The Senior Internet course consists of a beginner’s introduction to computers, use of e-mails, Animoto, Facebook, and Skyping with your fellow senior mates, family and friends at large. Advanced courses of the abovementioned classes are also being held for those who have participated during the previous year.

To find out how you can register, all you have to do is simply pick up the phone and dial 1721-542-2970 or walk right into the library and ask for Francia Housen and register for the Senior Internet Classes. For more information about the courses and to enroll in any of the classes you can also visit the Media Lab website on

The Media lab was launched in 2014 and since then has hosted courses in a variety of topics in the area of multimedia. The Media Lab is an initiative of Foundation Kultuurkameleon and is a part of Digikidz. Digikidz is a project of the Foresee foundation and was made possible through funding from the Windsong Foundation and the Kultura fund.

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