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Digital Literacy: Skills to Survive in the Digital Age
Are you drowning in technology and information overload? Do you have trouble distinguishing truth from fiction and need some basic skills and tools to help survive in the digital age? This presentation will delve into a review of the information sources that bombard us; how to effectively use, manage and cope with new technology; and how to critically analyze and make sense of the huge amount of information out there.
Cosponsored by Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University (OLLI Mason).
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Douglas Povich is a management analyst for Fairfax County’s Department of Cable and Consumer Services. Before joining the County, Doug practiced telecommunications and technology law for over 30 years. He holds a BA in English and Philosophy from Union College and a JD from Georgetown University.
ABOUT OLLI MASON
OLLI Mason provides intellectual and cultural experiences to curious individuals. Learn more at OLLI.gmu.edu.
This program is appropriate for ages 18+. Register by clicking on the "Begin Registration" button. A Zoom link will be emailed two days before start of each program.
Related LibGuide: Adults and 50-Plus by Fairfax County Public Library (Admin)