Let's learn online and keep ourselves connected

Learn Online

It’s never too late to learn new skills and keep ourselves connected with the community around us through technology. Practicing physical distancing and staying at home doesn't necessarily mean to disconnect from others. We can still connect with our loved ones, family and friends around the world digitally to keep our body and mind intact. While learning, we are engaged with others and in turn, create opportunities for us to socialize and practice our interpersonal skills.

Research proves continuous learning helps us to keep our mind sharp and improve our memory as we age. Gaining new skill sets would undoubtedly result in obtaining better career opportunities. Let's not forget about the enhanced self esteem after accomplishing new challenges while reaching for new horizons. 

Are you new to computers, or looking to build on essential skills?  Wait no more! We are here for you. Join our free Virtual Tech Training computer classes in October and November to brush up your tech skills. Each session of this hands-on course will focus on a specific topic:

Getting Started with Windows 10
Wednesday, Oct 28, 1:30 - 2:30 pm
Learn about the essential and foundation overview of Windows 10 Operating System to meet your needs, common tasks and getting comfortable to use this OS.

Online Safety
Wednesday, Nov 4, 1:30 - 2:30 pm
Learn how to be safe online and protect yourself from becoming a victim to cyber crimes.

These programs will be hosted through Zoom. Register for the session that interest you or attend both.

Don't forget to make use of the Library's valuable digital resources, including Lynda.com. Access is free with your Coquitlam Public Library card and includes thousands of software, creative and business courses. Happy learning!

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