Celebrating volunteers

Celebrating volunteers

OASIS volunteer Wally Canis stays in his tech-loving world by helping others

Solving technology problems is a sweet spot for Wally Canis. He puts that skill to work as a natural teacher and part of the team keeping OASIS computer labs running.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015/Author: Amy VanDeVelde/Number of views (459)/Comments (-)/
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Meeting technology demand public library style

Today's library patrons want something more than books

With patrons in need of high-quality technology training, Broward County Library has found a cost-effective and sustainable model through OASIS Connections.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015/Author: Amy VanDeVelde/Number of views (1263)/Comments (-)/
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Mother's Day in a connected way

Making interactions that count ... and matter

Calling your Mom on Mother's Day?  Now there may be a better way.  Facetime, Skype and texting are all great means of connecting with Moms.  But what does new research by experts Sherry Turkle and Catherine Steiner-Adair say about how Moms are connecting with their kids?
Thursday, May 08, 2014/Author: Amy VanDeVelde/Number of views (2490)/Comments (-)/
Categories: Technology

Older internet users suffer less depression

New evidence supports technology training approach

Michigan State University's Shelia Cotten finds computer use among retirees reduces the risk of depression by more than 30%--using a model similar to OASIS Connections.
Monday, April 28, 2014/Author: Amy VanDeVelde/Number of views (2605)/Comments (-)/
Categories: HealthTechnology

Too old for Twitter? You bet your magic beans you're not

Social media an important tool for seniors

I had a lovely surprise this weekend at the movie theater when the preview trailer for "Draft Day" played. See for yourself in this 10 second clip with Kevin Costner and Ellen Burstyn . . .
Monday, April 07, 2014/Author: Amy VanDeVelde/Number of views (3316)/Comments (-)/
Categories: Technology
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