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Need affordable internet service? Feeling lost with technology? Digital Navigators are here to help! Ask about affordable internet service! Build digital skills!
For assistance, please call 959-261-0689 and leave your name, phone number, and a brief description of how we can assist you. A Digital Navigator will contact you to schedule an appointment at Miller Memorial Library, Brundage Community Branch, Whitneyville Branch, or any public location that works for you.
Thank you! We look forward to connecting with you!
¿Necesita un servicio de Internet asequible? ¿Te sientes perdido con la tecnología? ¡Navegadores Digitales están aquí para ayudarte! ¡Pregunte por el servicio de Internet asequible! ¡Desarrolla habilidades digitales!
Para obtener ayuda, llame al 475-306-3303 (español) y deje su nombre, número de teléfono y una breve descripción de cómo podemos ayudarle. Un Navegador Digital se comunicará con usted para programar una cita en la Biblioteca Miller Memorial, la sucursal Comunitaria de Brundage, la sucursal de Whitneyville o cualquier lugar público que le conviene.
¡Gracias! ¡Esperamos conectarnos con usted!
News and External Links | Noticias y Enlaces Externos
Connecticut State Library, 8 Municipal Libraries Share $250,000 Grant for Regional Digital Navigator to Reach Underserved | CT By The Numbers Aug 2, 2023
OT students help senior citizens navigate the digital world, address the need for programming | Quinnipiac Today Jun 13, 2023
Testimonials | Testimonios
“To be able to work with a person one on one was very important to me. I am a visual learner and to see for myself how to use my phone and computer was extremely valuable and very helpful. This is a wonderful service!”
“Did not have a computer that I could use for tutoring students on-line. Your program gave me one… I was overwhelmed with gratitude. I was not comfortable w/ my basic computer skills and have progressed a lot.”
“I was thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in this program. It enables me to gain confidence and enhance my computing skills.”
“Once I start working with the Digital Navigators Team I have the confidence to work by myself without fear of doing something wrong. The Team helps you gain assurance to be able to do technology by yourself…. The laptop help me so much with my daily living and doing business on the laptop…. Thank you!!!”
“Wanted to learn how to more confidently use my phone + my computer. This program is a life-saver.”
“I am technologically challenged and wanted help with my phone and computer (laptop). I have learned a lot and I feel more comfortable with both devices.”
“The program has been the answer to my prayers.”
“This service is invaluable to library patrons…. I learned how to use my new cell phone as well as how to do some things on my computer in an efficient manner. I consider the Digital Navigator Program an essential program.”
“I hope this program will continue with them. I know I can count on them-they gave me confidence in myself.”
“I’m so thankful for this program and the Digital Navigator’s….I have learned a lot about Resume Lab, Online Job Coach, and Interviewing to prep for that new job…. This program has allowed me to have virtual visits with friend/family with my new lap-top.”
“I never used a computer and was interested in learning the basics like how to turn it on, get to a browser, and type in a subject that interested me and be able to pull up information.”
“The opportunity to be acquainted with so many things I had no experience with, was needed and appreciated.”
“It was recommended and I needed more experience and help with getting a new phone + computer.”
“I have just entered the 21st Century in terms of cell phone technology…. My Digital Navigator has gotten me up to speed in a relatively short time.”
|This project has been made possible, in part, by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered by the Connecticut State Library, and by funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Este proyecto ha sido posible, en parte, gracias al Instituto de Servicios de Museos y Bibliotecas en virtud de las disposiciones de la Ley de Tecnología y Servicios Bibliotecarios, administrada por la Biblioteca del Estado de Connecticut, y gracias a la financiación del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de EE. UU.