Taking a class in person or online often takes too long, too many hours, covers topics that do not have meaning to you, go too fast or are confusing with too many technical details when sometimes you just need basics.
Diagnose. Basic diagnosis of problems.
DVD, VCR, DVR, TV. I can put together these things, recommend proper cables and get you viewing in no time. Even teach you remotes.
Computer software. Recommend options, install and upgrade as necessary. A few favorite programs are listed here.
Computer hardware. Setup printer and external equipment like scanner, an extra monitor, router, camera, etc.**
Setting up equipment and making
it work together can be a chore. Let aWebWench get you up and running.
Photo: Store and sort them, put them into a photo frame for display
Scanner and OCR: Use your scanner to copy documents and pictures, store them on your computer or email them.
Computer. Get a better understanding of the basic components of your computer. Technology explained in simple English.
Thumbnail Drive. Also known as a USB Stick and other names. Use this to transfer files, and more
Assessment. Discussion of individual goals and needs to direct lessons or assist with choosing equipment and recommend options.
Notes. Notes taken during the session can be put into a “cheatsheet” for quick reference. Optionally, an audible recording can be made of the session.
Security. Your data remains on your computer, in your own home.
Convenience. No travel. Learn on your own equipment.
Privacy. Confidential instruction. One-on-One personal coaching to meet your goals at your own pace.
Reasons to consider having a private computer tutor:
Taking over responsibilities formerly handled by a spouse or loved one.
Teaching computer skills to seniors is special. Many seniors have special needs (hearing, seeing) and need assistance setting up some of the features that will help them use technology better.
Pressure to handle accounts, banking, stocks, schedules, e-bills, communications and more online