- AARP Facebook: Tech to Connect (Wiley, 978-1-1182-3594-2, May 2012), by Marsha Collier, is packed with examples and guidance to familiarize readers with Facebook and all it has to offer. People over 55 are among Facebook's fastest-growing user segment, with well over six million users, and this guide shares the insights of many of those users. It covers signing up, creating a profile, adding friends, posting status updates, chatting online, uploading photos and video, creating events, joining groups and more.
- AARP Tablets: Tech to Connect (Wiley, 978-1-1182-4404-3, May 2012), by Corey Sandler, provides readers with the know-how to become savvy with their tablet PC in minutes. From downloading apps and syncing to other devices, to storing data online and browsing the web, this fun-but-straightforward guide helps readers learn everything they need to know so they can immediately start enjoying their new tablet.
- AARP Genealogy Online: Tech to Connect (Wiley, 978-1-1182-4405-0, July 2012), by April Leigh Helm and Matthew Helm, teaches readers how to research their family's history using the latest and greatest online tools and resources. From tracking down relatives through social networking to using new genealogical software for the first time, this guide is an ideal starting point for beginners who are interested in tracking their ancestry and family history with ease and enjoyment.
- AARP iPad: Tech to Connect (Wiley, 978-1-1183-8796-2, September 2012), by Barbara Boyd, introduces readers to one of the most popular tablet device, the iPad, and all the amazing things it has to offer. In clear, non-technical language, this book guides readers through registering and setting up their iPad, getting acquainted with the multi-touch interface, navigating around the screen, finding and downloading apps, reading books, listening to music, watching videos, surfing the web, and communicating with friends and family.
AARP’s Tech to Connect books are available for purchase online and at retailers nationwide in both print and all e-book formats. For additional information, visit http://www.aarp.org/techbooks.
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