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How do we stay connected?

Posted by anhptran on August 18, 2010

At our last session at the tech circle, we brainstormed ways to stay connected with each other. From Tuesdays Together in Wheaton to computer class training at Quebec Terrace community center in Long Branch, each person offered opportunities and resources to build skills and keep in touch.

In 5 gatherings in July, we opened “e-mail accounts, learned Spanish and English, and interacted with people from different cultures.”

We feel more “excited, and more comfortable to connect and communicate” online. The group is asking for more time together. Catch us back together offline in about a month with our network guides taking the lead to facilitate this tech circle.

Will you join us? What ideas do you have? Let us know.


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