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October 2018

Healthy Living with Tech

21st October 2018 at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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Think technology makes you sit behind a screen all day? Think again! There are loads of ways tech can help you improve your lifestyle. In this session, we'll have a look at how technology can help with the following things: Tracking fitness and staying active Eating well: planning and tracking your meals and nutrition Improving your sleep pattern and quality If this sounds like something you'd like to learn more about, head down to this session.

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December 2018

Online Shopping

2nd December 2018 at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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With the holiday season right around the corner, we're looking to finish off our gift shopping and make sure we have everything ready for the festive celebrations! If you don't fancy battling through the crowds to get your shopping done, we'll be showing you how to buy everything you need from the comfort of your own home. Online shopping is a convenient way to get everything ordered and posted while avoiding the manic rush. With many online shopping outlets now…

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Tips on Buying New Devices

16th December 2018 at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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When it comes to buying new devices, it can sometimes feel a bit overwhelming. With so much alien terminology, and new features that we don't quite understand, it's difficult to know what's right for us. At this session, we'll be running over what you should consider when buying new devices: mainly focusing on mobile phones/tablets, computers/laptops, and new TVs. We'll show you some of our favourite comparison tools and explain what features you might need. We want to make sure…

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January 2019

Setting up New Devices

13th January at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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Have you recently got a new tech device, or maybe want to learn how to set up your existing device to suit you better? At this session we'll be looking at setting up tech devices, specifically smartphones and tablets: Importing contacts Syncing with other devices Adding files and photos from existing devices Display settings You'll also be able to have 1:1 support from one of our volunteers that will show you how to do anything on your device that you…

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Back to Basics: How Computers Work

27th January at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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The topic of the session will be How Computers Work! If you want to learn about computers, please come along and we’ll do our best to help you. We'll try to explain how computers work in simple terms, and go over all the confusing computer jargon that you may have heard about in the past. If you're new to using computers, or just want to understand how yours works a bit better, this is the session for you!

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February 2019

Windows 10 Basics

24th February at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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Recently updated to Windows 10? Got a new computer and everything doesn't look how you expected? Windows 10 is the most up to date computer operating system that is on most new laptops and computers (excluding Apple products). It looks a bit different to Windows 7 and 8, and any older operating systems (if you aren't sure what an operating system is, don't worry! We'll explain this at the session too!) At this session, we'll show you what Windows 10…

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March 2019

Backing up your Windows Computer

24th March at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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Keeping files safe can be a huge worry for many people, whether it be precious family photos, or a project you’ve been working on for months. If you want to make sure you keep your files safe, head down to this session. We’ll be looking at how to back up your devices using external hard drives and USBs, so that you don’t have to worry about losing anything.

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April 2019

Feeling Safer With Tech

7th April at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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One of the most important things we try to do at Tech & Tea is to empower people to feel confident using their technology devices. Technology can be incredibly useful and can really enhance our lives. Unfortunately, it seems also like there's someone ready to scam us around every corner, so this also means that we have to make sure everyone who comes to our Tech & Tea sessions also understands the risks of going online. We run Tech Talks…

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May 2019

Social Media

5th May at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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Nowadays it can feel like everyone is on social media, and we think that it can be a really great thing! While there are some drawbacks of social media, it can also be a really powerful for staying connected with friends and family. During this Tech Talk, we'll explain what exactly 'social media' is, including some of the most popular platforms such as Facebook or Twitter. We'll look at the main functions of each platform and the advantages and disadvantages…

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Google Accounts

19th May at 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Battersea Library, Battersea Library
London, SW11 1JB United Kingdom
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While we don't recommend any particular provider for connected services, this session will be about making sure you know how to make the most of your Google account (and many of the features of Google accounts can also apply to Microsoft/Outlook accounts too!) Having a Google account can be more than just using g-mail. It also gives you access to Google calendars, Google Drive and a YouTube account. You can also use your google account to save bookmarks on Google…

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