Computer Ability provides a practical learning experience for computer users.
At each meeting a procedure relating to Microsoft Windows or an application
program (such as Internet Explorer) is discussed in detail. A laptop computer
and projector are used to display each step of the procedure during the
discussion. A set of notes on the topic is distributed to the members present.
The notes display the computer screen for each step as well as how-to
instructions. These notes aid in the discussion and provide a permanent
reference. Of course, questions are welcomed throughout the discussion. In
addition, new computer developments and technical items of interest are
presented in an Upfront session. Finally, a round-table discussion is held, in
which each member can present a computer problem, comment, as well as topics
for future meetings.