Donald W. Reynolds Institute on Aging
Home of SeniorNet at Little Rock on the UAMS Campus
SeniorNet at Little Rock Learning Center was established in 1994 by a group of nine volunteers under the auspices of ArkansasABLE. In the ensuing years the organization has grown to thirty-two volunteers, including ten instructors. Over 4500 students have benefited from their efforts in those years.
SeniorNet of Little Rock was incorporated as a non-profit, all volunteer organization in 1999. Its purpose to provide computer training to Seniors aged 50 and over, to enhance their lives and broaden their horizons through computer skills and use of the Internet and World Wide Web. It is sponsored by and made possible through generous contributions from the UAMS D.W. Reynolds Institute on Aging, Microsoft Corporation, and AT & T.
Classes meet on the UAMS campus in room 2156 of the D.W.Reynolds Institute on Aging. Parking is available immediately in front of the building, with entrance at Jack Stephens Drive.
Eleven courses of instruction are offered, beginning with Fundamentals of Computers and Introduction to Computers. Each course consists of sixteen hours of hands on training in a classroom with eleven computer stations. Classes meet at 10:00 AM, and 1:00 PM Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday of each week for four weeks, beginning the first week of each month.
Co-Sponsored by UAMS
Donald W. Reynolds
Institute on Aging
Little Rock - UAMS
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Campus
UAMS Center on Aging
4301 W. Markham
Little Rock AR 72205
What is SeniorNet?
SeniorNet is an international nonprofit organization headquartered in Virginia. Its goal is to provide older adults education for and access to computer technology to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom. SeniorNet teaches seniors (age 50 plus) to use computers and the Internet at over 180 Learning Centers worldwide. Visit SeniorNet for more information.