Telecommunications and Socialization Resources


Resources to Access the Internet 

Resources to access the Internet with low aff​ordable costs with guides to access technology centers with current apps and instructional videos.​

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Physical Functions & Features of Your Tablet
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Using & Navigating Your Tablet​
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The Applications on Your Tablet - An Overview
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Enhancing Accessibility & Security on Your Tablet
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Public Lib​raries: 

Provide wireless internet access via tablets, laptops, audio and e-books, and other technology services within the premises. ​

*This is just a list of few libraries in the community. Contact your local libraries for additional information on free classes and technology support.

Guide To Using the Internet: Demonstrates steps on using the internet and ways to improve your skills to stay connected with friends and family on various topics.  Use the "Guide by Good Things Foundation" to access the Internet​. For more information:​ ​​Guide to Using the Internet by Good Things Foundation

Tech Boomer: Online platform designed to assist seniors with computer usage and training them on common applications like emails and navigating through social media apps with a detailed guide.

EveryoneON: Platform that collaborates with national  service providers who deliver internet at affordable prices to low income households on a monthly basis. Call  (855) 222-3252 or visit online for more information: Low and Affordable Internet Access for Low Income Households

GCFLeanFree: Online technology center providing free instructional videos for email usage, building a website, and navigating different applications. Courses offered in different languages as well. For more information: Free Online Technology Instructional Videos

Accessible Equipment Resources: For further assistance, please refer to the links below.

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