Creek County Literacy Program Announces Launch of Social Media Day

New Program Designed to Increase Understanding of Various Social Media Programs and Online Safety

Today, Creek County Literacy Program announced the launch of a community education program designed to increase participants understanding of Various Social Media Programs. The multimedia training program aims to educate participants on How to use Facebook, Twitter, and Online Security.

The program, called Social Media Day, is a full-day class that will be held on three different days at the Library Annex, 15North Poplar Street in Sapulpa on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, February 18, 19 and 20 from 9am to 2pm. The class is free of charge.

“We are very excited to host this informative program,” shared Calvin Barnett, Computer Literacy and Technology Coordinator for Creek County Literacy Program. “This class will fill up soon, we encourage people to register early.”

The presentation contains a number of segments, including setting up a Facebook/Twitter Account, Learning what the programs are about and how to connect with friends and family, and finally Online Safety.

17% of adults in Creek County 18 years or older do not have a high school diploma, and 4% of adults in Creek County 18 years or older do not have a 9th grade education. More than 400,000 Oklahoma adults are functionally illiterate. The Mission of the Creek County Literacy Program is to encourage, educate and equip aspiring readers to overcome the barriers of illiteracy.

For more information or to register for this free event, call 918-224-9647.

To view the flyer, click Social Media Day Flyer.

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