As for those who are “connected”, there is a need for preventive information to avoid pitfalls and control the information they publish about themselves and their loved ones. It is therefore necessary to promote the digital inclusion of everyone and at all ages of life, through training and support for practices. It is to meet this need that the Cybernadette project was born.
Cybernadette is a one and a half hour workshop program for people over 60 on digital uses. Each workshop ends with a moment of friendly sharing (snack or glass of friendship) to prolong the informal exchanges. These Cybernadette workshops are scheduled on Wednesdays 9, 16 and 23 November from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. then on Wednesdays 11, 18 and 25 January 2023, still from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., in the former computer room of the Carré des forges.
The following topics will be covered: difference between smartphone and tablet; presentation of the material (what’s inside); turn off-on-put to sleep-wake up your smartphone or tablet; tactile gestures (scrolling from bottom to top and right, left); quick access and its pictograms; the parameters (storage, mass unit, network and differentiating them, cellular data, etc.); connection sharing (access point); recommendations (SAR/recharge overnight/recharge time); updates (Automatic? Mandatory?); connect Wi-Fi; connect Bluetooth; understand his telephone subscription (bill).