Sat. Jan 28th, 2023

ROCKLAND — The Rockland Public Library and the Nationwide Digital Fairness Heart will host a tech class on Monday, Dec. 12 and Tuesday, Dec. 13, from 2–3 p.m. This class is free and open to the general public, and registration is required to attend.

Be taught the fundamentals of utilizing electronic mail on this class. We’ll take a look at navigating, composing, replying, working with attachments, and extra, with hands-on class participation. A tool related to the web and an electronic mail account are required to take part.

This class is offered by the Nationwide Digital Fairness Heart and is taught by Marci Gaglione and facilitated by Rockland Library workers. On-line enrollment with the NDEC and sophistication registration is required; to enroll, please go to this website: Then, to register, please go to this website: members may also name the library and workers will likely be completely happy to help with enrollment and registration.

The Nationwide Digital Fairness Heart gives communities in any respect ranges the experience wanted to mobilize broadband applied sciences by way of digital inclusion, literacy efforts, schooling, useful resource planning, funding analysis, infrastructure leveraging and stakeholder engagement.

The Nationwide Digital Fairness Heart staff brings years of neighborhood, state, nationwide and worldwide stakeholder engagement to action-oriented broadband planning towards digital fairness. Working intently with established entities which have laid the groundwork for broadband adoption, the Nationwide Digital Fairness Heart gives turnkey, fingers on, action-based help to communities and stakeholders.

This class will happen within the library’s Neighborhood Room; the Rockland Public Library is situated at 80 Union St.

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