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How do you take an online course when you don’t know how to get online yet? Here's some insight on how Byte Back has adapted to offer its Computer Foundations (digital literacy) courses virtually for Baltimore and DC residents. https://byteback.org/welcoming-computer-beginners-to-an-all-virtual-world/
Generations On Line – video tutorials for seniors and training resources for trainers
Nashville Public Library guides for parents and caregivers working with children, teens and seniors to stay safe online.
Infographic sheets highlighting COVID-19 related scams created by Institute on Aging and Open Door Legal in San Francisco: