Plano, TX (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
Computer School for Boomers & Seniors (http://www.cs4seniors.com) spent the last year upgrading, updating and expanding their virtual campus. They are now ready to welcome eager-to-learn older students who desire to tackle modern technology or improve upon their current computer skills.
“We more than tripled the number of online Lesson Plans we offer,” said Mimi Witcher, Founder of CS4Seniors. “When we originally opened in 2008, we had about 100 Lesson Plans. Today, thanks to the latest upgrade, we offer over 350 Computer Lesson Plans and over 100 Faculty recommended websites for our students to explore.”
Practically all the Microsoft Products are included in the Lesson Plans – Windows 7, Vista, XP, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Works, Paint and WordPad plus a selection of Adobe Photoshop Elements Lesson Plans.
Mimi taught seniors for eight years in the classroom in the Emeritus Program at Richland College in Dallas, TX. She went from taking classes…to teaching classes…to Teacher of the Year. Now she’s teaching Boomers and Seniors online from all over the world.
“Today’s technology makes it possible for you to learn computer skills from the comfort of your home,” said Mimi. “You can learn how to get connected to family and friends and explore the world any time you want, day or night, 24/7.”
The online school is divided into three sections in a relaxed easy to navigate virtual campus environment. There is the Computer/Internet Section where you can learn more about your computer and the Internet. The Communicatons Section teaches how to get connected and stay connected with family and friends. And the Search Section presents the fun of exploring the world from your easy chair.
Computer School for Boomers & Seniors is an online virtual campus dedicated to empowering their students by providing encouragement, lifelong learning opportunities and new worlds to explore via the Internet. It has the largest selection of online computer Lesson Plans created specifically for Boomers and Seniors. (http://www.cs4seniors.com)