OTLC is not teaching in-person classes during the pandemic, but we have started a series of articles in issues of the Oakmont News. The first column ran 1/23/2020 and covers why every Oakmonter should have a smartphone for use in emergencies. If you are reading this on social media or in the e-blast, you probably are aware of how smartphones are critical in emergency situations. However, you may know someone in Oakmont who has resisted technology – please refer them to their Oakmont News “paper” edition and the technology articles that started this week. Other ways to read the tech articles are:
https://www.oakmont-learning.org/tech-articles.html
https://oakmontvillage.com/article/category/newspaper/

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