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Volunteers Wanted How No Public WiFi Detail
Organization Name Second Sense Beyond Vision Loss Technology Center (Access limited to people with vision loss) Nearest Parking Paid
Organization Type Nearest Parking Detail
Address 65 East Wacker Place Chicago, IL 60601 Public Transportation Detail Location is by the State/Lake CTA Stop and the Randolph Street Metra
Building and Street 65 East Wacker Place Time Allowed Per User Unlimited
City Chicago Time Allowed Per User Detail
State IL Room List Suite 1010
Zip Code 60601 Handicap Access Detail Wheelchair accessible and blind friendly.
Phone Number 3122368569 Friendly Description Kathy Austin
Hours M-F: 8:30AM-4:30PM Agency Leadership Contact Kathy Austin
Website http://www.second-sense.org/programs_ctc_main.asp Agency Staff Person Contact Email kathy.austin@second-sense.org
Appointment No Twitter Handle @yoursecondsense
Internet Yes Training Types
Wifi Yes Training Yes
Training Headline Technology Solutions and Training Public Computing Yes
Training Description If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter.If you already have computer skills and are just looking to add to your knowledge, we offer a variety of one-day classes on specific topics or individual instruction on more advanced skills. Teaches cooking skills, sewing, and other skills. Comprehensive Computer Training Classes Adaptive software that enlarges the information on the computer monitor or that provides speech output can enable a person with vision loss to use a computer. We teach screen-magnification software (ZoomText, MAGic and Windows Magnifier) and screen-reading software (JAWS, Window-Eyes and NVDA) with the most common software programs, including MS Word, Excel, Internet Explorer and web-based email. One-Day Classes and Workshops We offer a creative and constantly changing variety of one-day classes during the week and on weekends to meet your needs. From using the iPhone to using Twitter and performing advanced tasks in MS Word to performing job searches online, our classes teach you to use the latest tools and applications. Individual Technology Tutoring Our technology tutors can help with a variety of adaptive technology -- from Apple products to screen-reading and magnification programs to the popular Victor Reader Stream and much more. Tutors are available to help you in person in our Adaptive Technology Center or over the phone. Tech Exchange Second Sense hosts an online community of adaptive technology users for you to ask questions, share information and learn from other members. Anyone is welcome to join. Sign up for Tech Exchange and you will also receive our quarterly Tech Times newsletter. Device Lending No
Training URL http://www.second-sense.org/programs_ctc_main.asp PC Use Restrictions Only use appropriate sites.
Location Leadership David R. Flament Hardware Public 6
Location Leadership Email david.flament@second-sense.org Assistive Technology
PCC Staff Person Internet Upload
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Volunteers Used Yes Volunteers Used How Used at front desk, data entry, tutor, and various other tasks.
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