Summer Classes with Digital Literacy

Hello PALS Community!

Welcome to our June newsletter! We have some exciting updates and announcements to share with you this month.

Introductions

Hi everyone, my name is Rabia and I’m thrilled to announce I will be helping Victor with the Digital Literacy program for the summer. Some of you might already know me from your classes. I’m currently studying at the University of Alberta and have been with PALS through volunteering and working since 2020. I will also be continuing my work as an instructor and I’m looking forward to continuing our learning journey together!

New Drop-In Classes

We’re excited to offer more Drop-In classes to meet your learning needs. If there are specific topics you’re interested in, please contact our Programs Manager at [email protected]. We value your feedback and suggestions!
For the remainder of June, we have the following drop-in classes every Wednesday from 1:00 to 2:30 PM at PALS.

June 19 – Join us for a fun and interactive class on creating and ordering online flyers! In this session, you’ll learn how to design eye-catching flyers using simple online tools and how to place orders for printed copies. Whether you’re planning an event, promoting a service, or just curious about digital design, this class is perfect for you. No prior experience needed – just bring your creativity and enthusiasm!

June 26 – Join us for an informative session on Gale Courses and Training! This class will introduce you to the wide range of online courses available through Gale, covering topics from professional development to personal enrichment. Whether you’re looking to boost your career skills or explore a new hobby, Gale has something for everyone. No prior experience needed. Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your learning horizons

Upcoming Classes

If you’re interested in learning about computers and the internet, please contact me at [email protected] for information on upcoming classes.

Here’s a brief overview of what we offer:

Computer Basics: Perfect for those with little or no computer experience.

Internet Basics: Learn how to use the internet, send emails, recognize frauds and scams, and stay safe online.

Skills for Work: Covers word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations. Perfect for those who are in workforce/going into workforce.

Smart for ALL: Learn how to use your smartphones and tablets.

If you or someone you know is interested in any of these classes, let me know!

Learning to use computers can help you connect with friends and family online, is needed for many jobs, helps you stay up to date with your children’s school, and is just plain fun.

Fun Fact

In June 1989, Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal for what would become the World Wide Web, laying the groundwork for the internet as we know it today.

Programs Manager

Victor Tang
Call: 780-424-5514, press 4

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