In support of controlling the spread of the coronavirus, we at Raleigh SeniorTechEd are canceling all remaining classes and events for the month of March in our Winter scheduling period. For those registered in the canceled classes, you will receive a credit and your instructor will be calling you and helping to facilitate your new schedule.
In order to comply with all health and governmental agencies' instructions, NO classes or Open Help Workshops will be held in person at any of our instruction sites during April 2020. We will be providing a selection of courses online with the video meeting application ZOOM. Please check our Schedule page for more information. Instructors will contact registered students directly to make arrangements for online access.
We will continue to monitor the situation and evaluate the remaining Spring schedule for May and June. Raleigh SeniorTechEd will comply with all governmental guidelines and we encourage everyone to take advantage of online resources. There are many resources available out there to keep you informed, educated and entertained.
Raleigh SeniorTechEd is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to educating adults on computer technology, including tablets and smartphones. We give hands-on experience to build confidence for new users and enhance the skills of more experienced users. We offer small group classes on a variety of subjects, ranging from the very basics to more advanced topics. We will teach you to use your devices for games, email, music, and do research into topics that interest you.
Each class has a maximum capacity of only 6 (for hands-on classes) to 12 students (for seminars). Manuals and/or handouts are provided and note-taking is highly encouraged. See our Schedule page for more details.
Raleigh SeniorTechEd provides volunteer opportunities within the organization, where volunteers help others learn new technologies. Raleigh SeniorTechEd is a 501(c)3 organization. Donations are tax-deductible. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender expression, national or ethnic origin in any of our activities.
We hope you will join us ready to learn something new! We will have several new genealogy courses this semester (Climbing Your Family Tree, Genealogy Resources – Newspapers and Citing Your Genealogy Sources), plus Creating a Photo Book with Shutterfly, and What is 5G? We look forward to seeing you for some fun computer training!