Computer Center Helps Educate Community Organizations
The ICC in April will host a session of Lawyers in the Classroom, a program of the Oklahoma Bar Association through its Law-related Education Department, to promote school and attorney partnerships. The training will consist of professional development to help lawyers in the community teach civics lessons and assist with citizenship activities.
The ICC started a series of mobile lab programs for the Woodson Park Senior Center of the Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department, the Sanctuary Homeless Shelter sponsored by Catholic Charities, the Department of Health’s Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services in Midwest City and for the Sunbeam Family Services Homeless Shelter. These groups are learning how to make letters and flyers in Microsoft Word, apply for e-mail accounts, edit photos and make movies.
The Intergenerational Computer Center is open to the public and features workstations located in four computer rooms and in a mobile classroom that travels around the community. Classes are offered throughout the year to address the interests and needs of residents from preschool age through retirement. Computers are also available for individual use.
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