Drop Into Digital this April

April has been busy at PALS. We have one week until the Annual General Meeting and Learner and Volunteer Appreciation event on April 23. I hope you registered here because you don’t want to miss this night. We’re going to have a lot of interesting people to meet, including the Lieutenant Governor. There will also be refreshments, certificates, and awards. I hope I see you there!

Have you had a chance to check out the drop-in classes we have at the PALS office? We’ve had some drop-in typing classes for anyone who wants to come and work on those skills, and on Wednesdays, we’ve had some drop-in classes for Zoom, Email, and Social Media. We still have another Social Media class (April 17), Digital Arts and Crafts (April 24) and Online Shopping (May 1), so contact me or the front office to register for these classes today.

Last, but not least, I wanted to take a moment to say how thankful I am to the tutors. You dedicate your time and energy to helping someone improve their digital literacy, and in doing so, you are giving the learners tools to improve their own lives. The work you do is appreciated. You are appreciated. So, thank you

Learn Something New!

April is National Poetry Month, which makes this a great time to try out some magnetic poetry. Magnetic poetry, if you’ve never heard of it before, is a collection of standalone words you use to create a poem, usually on your refrigerator. I don’t have enough magnets for everyone, but I have a digital version of Magnetic Poetry. Feel free to play with this online version and share your best poems with me!

Digital Literacy Coordinator

Laureen Guldbrandsen
Call: 780-424-5514, press 4

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