Tag Archives: Digital Literacy

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Digital Literacy Workshop: Whats App

With the whole world living online, people with disabilities tend to get left behind due to the lack of accessibility to computers, tablets, and phones, Furthermore, they are also are less likely to be aware of the versatility and other capabilities of these devices and platforms.

We’re here to help you! Join us for a free series of interactive workshops and learn about all things digital with our facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa.

Join us for our Whats App Workshop! Another app that’s become popular for long distance calls, What’s App is also great for group chats and so much more. For our final workshop in this series, we are pleased to offer a useful primer, right at your fingertips!

Meet the workshop facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa:

Bryan was born and raised around the GTA, and despite epilepsy, earned a science PhD from the University of Waterloo.  Currently, he is making the effort to re-train himself in a newer field called Data Science where he can apply all of his science and presenting skills towards computer coding and understanding problems encountered by companies.  He recently underwent surgery to better control his epilepsy and recover more with every passing day.  He believes volunteering is a great way to give back to the people around him and a refreshing break from coding. And we’re glad to have him!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY

 

Please contact Carter if you have any questions about the workshop: carter@epilepsytoronto.org.

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Digital Literacy Workshop: Zoom 101

With the whole world living online, people with disabilities tend to get left behind due to the lack of accessibility to computers, tablets, and phones, Furthermore, they are also are less likely to be aware of the versatility and other capabilities of these devices and platforms.

We’re here to help you! Join us for a free series of interactive workshops and learn about all things digital with our facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa.

Join us for our Zoom 101 Workshop! It seems the whole world exists online these days, so why not pull up a chair and get a little more comfortable navigating the plethora of functions offered by Zoom. Whether it’s polling or break out rooms or creating funky background to hide those piles of dishes behind you, there’s something here for everyone!

Meet the workshop facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa:

Bryan was born and raised around the GTA, and despite epilepsy, earned a science PhD from the University of Waterloo.  Currently, he is making the effort to re-train himself in a newer field called Data Science where he can apply all of his science and presenting skills towards computer coding and understanding problems encountered by companies.  He recently underwent surgery to better control his epilepsy and recover more with every passing day.  He believes volunteering is a great way to give back to the people around him and a refreshing break from coding. And we’re glad to have him!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY

 

Please contact Carter if you have any questions about the workshop: carter@epilepsytoronto.org.

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Digital Literacy Workshop: All Things Google

With the whole world living online, people with disabilities tend to get left behind due to the lack of accessibility to computers, tablets, and phones, Furthermore, they are also are less likely to be aware of the versatility and other capabilities of these devices and platforms.

We’re here to help you! Join us for a free series of interactive workshops and learn about all things digital with our facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa.

First up is our All Things Google Workshop! Much more than just a search engine, Google offers a wealth of services that many people don’t know about or take advantage of. This is your chance to take a deeper dive into this popular search tool and learn more about what it can do for you!

Meet the workshop facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa:

Bryan was born and raised around the GTA, and despite epilepsy, earned a science PhD from the University of Waterloo.  Currently, he is making the effort to re-train himself in a newer field called Data Science where he can apply all of his science and presenting skills towards computer coding and understanding problems encountered by companies.  He recently underwent surgery to better control his epilepsy and recover more with every passing day.  He believes volunteering is a great way to give back to the people around him and a refreshing break from coding. And we’re glad to have him!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY

 

Please contact Carter if you have any questions about the workshop: carter@epilepsytoronto.org.

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Digital Literacy Workshop: QR Codes

With the whole world living online, people with disabilities tend to get left behind due to the lack of accessibility to computers, tablets, and phones, Furthermore, they are also are less likely to be aware of the versatility and other capabilities of these devices and platforms.

We’re here to help you! Join us for a free series of interactive workshops and learn about all things digital with our facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa.

Join us for our QR Codes Workshop! What are QR codes, you ask? Don’t worry, we’d never heard of them either. But these funky codes are used for much more than just navigating restaurant menus! QR Codes are also popular because they are good for the environment….join us and find out why!

Meet the workshop facilitator Bryan Kuropatwa:

Bryan was born and raised around the GTA, and despite epilepsy, earned a science PhD from the University of Waterloo.  Currently, he is making the effort to re-train himself in a newer field called Data Science where he can apply all of his science and presenting skills towards computer coding and understanding problems encountered by companies.  He recently underwent surgery to better control his epilepsy and recover more with every passing day.  He believes volunteering is a great way to give back to the people around him and a refreshing break from coding. And we’re glad to have him!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY

 

Please contact Carter if you have any questions about the workshop: carter@epilepsytoronto.org.