What: You’re invited to join-in on a discussion to help people of all ages bridge digital literacy gaps. This AARP sponsored talk will be led Jen Lee Reeves, AARP’s Manager of Social Communications and Training.
Did you know? AARP is a nonprofit organization that supports people 50 and older in improving the quality of their lives.
Reeves’ asks the following questions: “Do you think your grandma doesn’t understand your online life and your little cousin is making poor choices on social media? Why can’t we all work together for a more digitally literate culture?"
Look forward to a brainstorming session where the Baltimore Tech community can come together to unite and create digital mastery beyond the generation gap.
Be sure to check out this innovative video attached that shows seniors getting their sweat on with virtual CyberCycles.
Who: Open to general public for free. Click here to RSVP. You should attend and discover research trends for unifying the tech savvy beyond the generation gap.
When: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Where: AARP State Office ~ 200 Saint Paul Place #2510 Baltimore, MD 21202
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