Become Computer Literate at OLLI



You may not have grown up during the computer age but it’s never too late to get start-ed on your computer skills. Instructor Lynne Mock, of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the College of Continuing and Professional Education at Kennesaw State University, will help you to overcome any fears you may have about getting started with the computer.

OLLI courses are designed for students age 50 and over, so you can join your peers and learn at your own pace in a friendly and comfortable environment. The OLLI computer lab is limited to 12 students, making it easy to have access to the instructor for any questions.

Here are our upcoming computer courses:


You will become eligible for an “OLLI Scholar” certificate by completing all five courses listed. Each course is designed to build up your computer skills and your computer confidence. These are valuable tools and could even help those that may be in search of a new career path.

Don’t wait – you can learn to use the computer by taking these five easy steps!

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