Davis Community Network is a nonprofit organization that provides internet-related services and support to local nonprofit organizations, public agencies, schools and individuals. We’re putting the power of the internet in the hands of people and organizations to connect, engage, and build a stronger community.
DCN is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit education and community service organization, founded in 1993. DCN is dedicated to helping local people take advantage of and benefit from the new information and communication technologies and services associated with the Internet and media convergence.
This class will be taught at the Connections Cafe sponsored by the City and the Senior Center. It will present a tutorial on how to communicate online by video, voice, or instant messaging using Skype as an example -- nationally or internationally at little or no charge. It is a great way to catch up with family and friends this holiday season. Skype also has features like file transfer, and videoconferencing for those interested in online collaboration. Volunteers will be on hand to assist. Monday, 12/01/2014, 6:00 p.m. Valente Room, Davis Senior Center. Free and open to the public.
An updated Yolo County Elections Office website was unveiled at the beginning of September. The site is hosted by DCN, and is the latest development in a long history of joint projects by DCN and the Yolo County Elections Office.
In this issue - 1) New board members; 2) Learning Skype, and other classes to come; 3) A good example.
Looking for friendly, low-cost, ad-free email service? DCN teams with Omsoft to offer secure, private “you”@dcn.org email accounts for $2 per month or $20 per year. No one at DCN or Omsoft is scanning your messages so that we can show you ads (we don’t show ads). Technical advice and services are available here in Davis. Moreover, the $20 you pay helps support the free services DCN offers local nonprofits — the websites, web tools and classes
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