Tech Ease

Peer Support Through Inclusive Technology

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Tech-Ease is part of our community and we love to get together to talk and demonstrate various inclusive products. People share personal experiences and help one another by finding answers to their questions about these products.

Join our mailing list to ask questions and share information between events.
Send a blank email to virn-tech-subscribe@googlegroups.com

VIRN's Tech Team and the Tech-Ease community will help find the answers to just about everything related to inclusive technology.

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, October 3rd

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Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more. We also welcome and think it is great seeing our young community members taking time to share information to keep up with today's changes in technology.

Technology helps to keep us connected, informed and is inclusive.
Subscribe to: virn-tech@googlegroups.com
Email: ideviceusers@virn.ca

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, May 2nd

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Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more. We also welcome and think it is great seeing our young community members taking time to share information to keep up with today's changes in technology.

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, April 4th

Photo of Michael and Tasia sharing photos via smartphone technology.
Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more. We also welcome and think it is great seeing our young community members taking time to share information to keep up with today's changes in technology.

Bluetooth Keyboard Workshop for Advanced iPhone and iPad Users

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Register Today, Space Is Limited

Only a few spaces left.

Some of you have been asking for a more in-depth workshop on using a Bluetooth Keyboard with your iPhone or iPad. So we have set aside Monday, March 21st to make it happen.

Monday. March 21st at 4:30 to 6:30

Location: VIRN Office – 320 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg
Call or Email to reserve your spot.
Reservation line: 204-975-9341
Toll-Free: 1-888-851-VIRN (8476)
Email: info@virn.ca

Requirements

Bluetooth Keyboard Workshop for Advanced iPhone and iPad Users

Graphic of a black with white letters Bluetooth keyboard.
Register Today, Space Is Limited

Bluetooth Keyboard Workshop for Advanced iPhone and iPad Users

Some of you have been asking for a more in-depth workshop on using a Bluetooth Keyboard with your iPhone or iPad. So we have set aside two dates to make it happen.

Two Dates
Friday, March 18th at 3:30 to 5:30 PM

Monday. March 21st at 4:30 to 6:30

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, March 7th

Photo of Michael and Tasia sharing photos via smartphone technology.
Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more. We also welcome and think it is great seeing our young community members taking time to share information to keep up with today's changes in technology.

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, February 1st

Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more.

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, January 4th

Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more.

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, December 7th

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Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more.

Next Tech-Ease Drop-in Monday, November 2nd

Photo of smart phone on bus stop navigating.
Sharing Information Is Empowering

VIRN has been offering the Tech-Ease program for over ten years. We pride ourselves on sharing information about tools and technology to help the community of people who are vision impaired, their family and friends have equal access to information, download audio books, music and other reading materials through public library services, use GPS for mobility and independent travel and much more.

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