Ore. high-school students tutor seniors in technology skills

01/3/2012 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

High-school students in Oregon who are studying computer technology are volunteering as part of Teenager Elder Computer Help, or TECH, which provides technology tutoring and support for senior citizens. The arrangement has benefits for both groups: The seniors learn to use digital tools such as e-mail and Facebook, while the students gain confidence in their knowledge of technology.

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