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Nationwide, October 2013
An OASIS in the Digital Divide
By Megan Knapp, WebJunction - June 10, 2013
Libraries partner with OASIS Connections to provide essential technology skills for older adults
Helping Seniors Learn New Technology
By Paula Span, The New York Times - May 3, 2013
Should Grandma Join Facebook? It May Give Her a Cognitive Boost
By Alexis Blue, University of Arizona News - February 18, 2013
The OASIS Connections Facebook curriculum was used to teach adults in this University of Arizona study.

OASIS Connections

Comprehensive technology training that delivers results

OASIS Connections has enrolled over 80,000 adults in classes to build skills and confidence using computers, the Internet and mobile technology. We partner with public libraries, senior centers, faith-based organizations and job help centers to help them teach their participants.
View Course Descriptions here.

Our partners are doing important work bridging the digital divide. They use Connections  because the courses are written for adult learners, with step-by-step instructions with lots of illustrations. Connections courses really work, and can help you deliver training to your audience effectively.

Want to partner with us to offer Connections?

Connections is an off-the-shelf solution designed to meet your curriculum needs. Whether your trainers are staff or volunteers, Connections gives them the tools to effectively teach over 30 classes in:

  • Basic computer skills
  • Basic Internet skills
  • Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Resumes and Job Searching
  • eBay, Facebook and Twitter
  • iPad, Android Tablet, iPhone, Android Phone

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Vide of Robert Poindexter, volunteer instructor

Video: Robert Poindexter, one of hundreds of volunteers who teach Connections classes, wanted to meet other people and have a purpose. He gets a great sense of accomplishment when people catch on to a new skill.

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