Since November 1, Liberty has launched a new social project, according to which 60-year-old + pensioners will take a one-month course of computer and internet use.
This program enables older generation to study computer and internet and be more integrated into modern life.
Course participants will be able to study the general possibilities of computer, internet, email, social networks and smartphones for FREE.
At the first stage, 338 pensioners were registered. The training will be conducted in several groups and will be continued at Liberty Digital Hall, which operates since 2016 in the 3rd building of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia.
“It is a very important and cost-effective project. A bridge between generations – through technologies. The initiative has been followed by a great response and a serious perspective, which is the result of good cooperation between state and private institutions, “said Giorgi Kekelidze, General Director of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia.
“Our goal is to assist the older generation and promote their integration with the modern world and its integral – digital technologies. We have implemented many social projects throughout the year, but the educational segment of this particular segment is a kind of experiment that we hope will succeed and will carry out similar projects with greater scope.”Said Levan Tkhelidze, deputy director general of Liberty.