Cyber Seniors participated in break-out sessions to learn about Facebook, Twitter, iPad Basics, Navigating the Computer/Internet, and Digital Video Editing. Team TILT and 6 NOVA Alexandria Student Volunteers made sure that each participant received personal support while learning the 21st Century technology tools of their choice.
Lew Carr, one of Maturals stated, “Both Joan (the self-described “Techno-saur”) and I so much appreciated the Digital Learning Day for Maturals this past Friday. The (TILT) staff along with volunteers did a wonderful job.”
Kirstin Riddick, TILT Coordinator stated, “The Maturals Digital Learning Day was an amazing multi-generational afternoon of fellowship, fun, and learning.”
The TILT team will continue to conduct Digital Learning Days as a way to collaborate with our Maturals to bridge the digital divide. TEAM TILT would like to thank the Maturals, NOVA Student Volunteers and all involved for making the inaugural Digital Learning Day a success.
On May 1, the Technology Innovation in Learning and Teaching (TILT) formerly Instructional Support and Development, a division of the Learning and Technology Resources (LTR) Division hosted its first Digital Learning Day for the Maturals, our lifelong-learning senior citizens.