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Penn College to Offer Basic Computer Course for Seniors


Adults age 55 and older who want to learn more about using computers for fun, may enroll in a noncredit course being offered on the main campus of Pennsylvania College of Technology.

The easy beginners’ classes, offered through Workforce Development & Continuing Education at Penn College, introduce the computer for enjoyment purposes. No prior computer knowledge is necessary.

The basic computer class will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Fridays, Jan. 13 and 20. The instructor will lead participants through entertaining games, emailing friends and family, surfing the Internet, buying and selling merchandise on eBay, basic word-processing for letter-writing, and other enjoyable and practical applications.

The class is fun and paced for the novice. The cost is $99.

To register, or to learn more about the classes, call 570-327-4775 or visit online .

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