Tabor Students Offer Free Tech Help

Tabor students will be reaching out to adult learners as part of their Service Day on April 28. From 9:00 – 11:30 am on April 28, students will be offering advice about the use of digital media and smart devices and computers. “The students are excited to share their knowledge of social media and the practical use of computers and smart devices, but unfortunately are not able to help with repairs,” shared Cheryl Moore, the faculty coordinator of Service Day.

Students will offer a number of useful topics to area residents including:

– Facebook 101

– Skype & Facetime 101: Learn how to video conference with friends and family

– Photo Management 101: Downloading, sharing and backing up to the cloud

– Smart Phone Orientation: Including privacy settings

– And “How do I?” Help Sessions: 1:1 help with your tech questions

Bring your tablet, laptop or smartphone to Tabor Academy on April 28 from 9:00 – 11:30 am and get your questions answered by Tabor’s digital natives.

The event takes place inside Tabor Academy’s Charles Hayden Library where there is free and accessible parking at 71 Spring Street, just across from the Fire Department in Marion.

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