Computeas

We help older people in Durham to learn basic computer and internet skills in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The content of each session varies, as does the skill-level and experience of participants. However, volunteers only need basic IT skills that all of us students take for granted. Step-by-step explanatory sheets are provided to help with teaching people how to do things such as send e mails or shop online. There is no fixed programme; volunteers and participants can decide to work together on whatever they wish. Sessions also include plenty of chatting and free biscuits, enabling relationships to be built across the generations. 

For more information contact Natalia on computeas.sca@durham.ac.uk or phone 01913341208

Where? Durham Clayport Library

When? Wednesday afternoons, 2 – 3.30PM

Click here to go to our forum to ask any questions and see the question’s other people have asked.

Lessons

Stay safe on the internet

Using facebook

Using Microsoft word

Ancestry

Google maps

Looking for holidays

Public transport

Using Amazon

Using BBC iPlayer

Using iPads

Using youtube

Computeas functions

Creating and ordering personal cards online and flowers

Finding out new information and getting help

Gmail

How to search for something on the internet

Looking for holidays

Music options

Online shopping tescos

outlook setup

Skype