Sunday, September 16, 2012

Tech Spot opens Sept. 17 at Grist Mill

  SKOWHEGAN – Tech Spot is the new school-community-business development happening inside the Somerset Grist Mill at Maine Grains in Skowhegan.  This is an exciting new program to help adults learn computer skills from local students.
  The new computer lab help center located in the Somerset Grist Mill will open to the public starting Monday, Sept. 17. The entrance is at 42 Court St. and the Tech Spot schedule plans to be open from 5 – 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

  Appointments can be made by phone (message at 399-6974) or by completing a client help survey at Hard copies of the survey are also available at the Tech Spot.
  Walk-ins are also welcome on a first come-first served basis and Macs and PC’s are available.
  The Tech Spot supervisor and Skowhegan Area High School volunteer students will be available to help clients, offering individual and small group tutoring to the community to improve their access and use of technology.
  Example sessions include but are not limited to: cell/smart phone use, email accounts, online registration and applications, social media, iPhoto and iMovie, photo editing and printing, saving documents on external devices, organizing folders, writing programs, etc.
  The Tech Spot is a School/Community collaborative at no charge for users.  Donations are accepted.

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