Re: Family oriented technology training

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Posted by on February 04  at 15:25:21:

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In Reply to: Family oriented technology training posted by Megan Allen on February 03

These are some programs that we are considering for family:
1. Beanie Babies collecting--a lot of moms and children, sometimes grandma are involved with this, and
there are a lot of sites out there.
2. In the same vein, Hot Wheels and other collectible cars are a thing that fathers
and sons seem to be doing, and there is definitely a web presence for that kind of information.
These are all subject specific type areas. I've also been thinking about a virtual museum tour for families, using
the online museums such as the Field Museum, etc.
Hope this helps . . .

: We're looking to do more "life-events, family, and cultural" programming at Rocky River Public Library. As the technology trainer I need to come up with some programming ideas that will involve more than one family member, preferably grandparents, parents, and children. Some ideas I've come up with:

: 1. Parent and child explore subject specific web sites together.
: 2. Children come in with grandparents to help them learn to do something on the computer.
: 3. Build a family web site????
: 4. Explore your family history. Genealogy research online.

: I would appreciate any ideas you might have. Thanks in advance!

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