New "PC Guardian" series designed for parents/caregivers

April 25, 2003

America's children are learning more about personal computers at an earlier age. While this phenomenon is a boon for students, it is leaving many parents and guardians feeling overwhelmed at their own lack of knowledge about home computer systems. Many are confused about which software to buy, how to install it, and the best way to maintain and secure their family computer. To remedy this, Penn State DuBois Continuing Education and the campus Information Science and Technology program have teamed up to create the new "Home PC Guardian" program. Through this innovative series of workshops, parents and caregivers will learn about home computer operating systems, maintenance and security issues. The program kicks off on June 23 at the DuBois campus. For the full story, visit

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