by Carrie, Chris, and Cheryl Ewin
December 2016, 332 pp.
Featured on The Wall Street Journal!
About the Author
Carrie, Chris, and Cheryl Ewin design and teach award-winning computer classes for seniors. Carrie holds degrees in education and psychology, Chris is a PhD student who also runs a computer business, and Cheryl is an experienced teacher.
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“Its large-type font, leading and layout, chockablock with color illustrations for nearly every instruction, will make it a joy for seniors.”
“No Starch Press has created the perfect book for those seeking understanding with its illustrated step-by-step guide to learning the ins and outs of Facebook.”
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“Thoroughly 'user friendly' in organization and presentation, Facebook for Seniors is unreservedly recommended for seniors (or anyone else at any age!) seeking to learn how to use Facebook. An effective and practical instruction manual, Facebook for Seniors will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to senior citizen center and community library collections.”
“Bottom line: for beginning users, those with some familiarity with how Facebook works, and others who are ready to learn about new capabilities, Facebook For Seniors is a good addition to your home library.”
“Facebook for Seniors is a quick, colorful Cliff’s Notes for the social media newcomer who hasn’t yet experienced the benefit of connecting with grandchildren or old high school buddies or fellow knitters or travelers.”
“We genealogy folks love sharing what we’ve learned with other family members, other researchers, and friends. Having this book will make it really easy to share without compromising your privacy or security.”