Nogent-le-Roi. Calculations are available to everyone with Nogen’ternet. The computer club Nogen’ternet held its general meeting at the school of Jean-Rostan in Nogent-le-Roi. With great participation of its members, since 32 members out of 42 in the club have moved. Their number is slightly increasing after a very difficult period of the pandemic.
To always be at the forefront of computer literacy, the club has invested in five laptops equipped with Windows 11 and the latest Office licenses, software and subscriptions to meet new needs.
Courses are offered on Mondays on knowledge of a computer tool such as Word, online shopping, using the shopping simulator, Playstore, as well as Google options, working with photos and slideshows, etc.
Every year the club offers a tour for those wishing to create a photo slideshow a day in order to realize the courses held throughout the year. In June, the club will visit the Museum of Past Life and Crafts in Ayr with lunch at noon followed by a visit to a chocolate factory.
To always stay in the spirit of knowledge sharing, participants are also asked to prepare a new flyer.
Information. The club is open on Monday from 17:45 to 19:00 and on Wednesday from 16:00 to 19:00. He conducts classes at the school of Jean-Rostan in Nogent-le-Roi. Website: nogenternet.fr, presence on Facebook and Youtube. Contact person: Pierre Gapilou, tel.: 06.03.98.47.89, or by e-mail: email@example.com
Desktop. The association’s office has been updated. Chair: Pierre Gapilou; secretary: Marie-France Vafiades; Treasurer: Nicole Dussidour. Volunteer trainers are Marie-Noël Boutet and Michel Blondel. The Sponsor Manager complements the Board of Directors.