Digital TLC
Updated 2022 November 13
Tim Chapman is the Director of Technology


Click here for a Digital TLC One-on-One Application.
Email the Digital TLC and Web Administrator: Tim Chapman

The purpose of the Digital Tech Learning Club (Digital TLC) is to bring knowledgable SPSC member volunteers together to help other members gain new digital experiences. The world is quickly changing where computers and smart cell phones have become the main stream information tools. You can do banking, taxes, games, Zoom meetings, reading, write email or edit manuscripts. The Internet has opened the whole world to social networking, information, news, entertainment, shopping and so on.

The increased use of the Internet during the pandemic was life changing. The digital age is upon us and users sometimes need a bit of help to get them on their way in making good use of their devices and applications. Our Club is the go-to place to get ahead of the curve and to utilize your new digital world. We offer our popular One-on-One Help where you get personalized attention with your specific digital issue. And it's all free to SPSC members who want some Digital TLC.

We also offer a free installation of Linux; see the poster below. If you wish to take advantage of this, please enter your One-on-One issue on the application form as 'Linux Installation'.

Please note that our volunteers devote their own time to help you. If you are unable to fulfill an appointment please let the Registration Manager know. Also, when you arrive, make sure you log-in to show that you are attending a computer session. You are encouraged to bring your own digital device along with relevant passwords. A Linux installation will need you to bring in your Personal Computer.


You are now invited to join our group on Facebook.


This newly created group is for all active members of the club. Join to connect and keep in touch with everyone. Click here to get to the Facebook page. 

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