CLL Computer Club
The Club was organized to promote computer literacy for
the CLL members and to help develop a pool of instructors and teaching
assistants for the computer classes.
As personal computers become available and affordable for most homes, they have also become more powerful. The concept of computer literacy is moving beyond computer basics to more powerful applications under the heading of multimedia literacy. Our Computer Club has expanded its scope to fill these growing requirements.
Eligibility for Membership
All CLL instructors, faculty and students who are interested in keeping abreast of the fast changes in computer technology and sharing their computer knowledge and experience are eligible to join our growing numbers of club members.
Meeting Place and Time
Place: UWF, Fort Walton
Building 3, Room 368. This is a temporary location; the Club will meet in Room 357 when construction in that room is finished.
Date and Time: Second Tuesday of every month at 10:00 am. The meeting will finish no later than 12 noon.
The meeting starts with a Question and Answer/problem solving session followed by a computer related presentation by either a club member or an outside guest speaker.
We do not always solve all computer problems, but we do help in sharing your pain.
The Club President “Lead Digerati” Jim Cooper organizes and hosts the meeting each month. The Club Secretary, Judie Day, keeps the membership list up to date and sends out announcements of upcoming meetings and handouts provided by the presenters via e-mail.
Judie also does the publicity and promotion.
The Club now has a membership of 67 members (and growing) with an average of 30 to 35 attending each session. Our membership includes locals, transplants, and snowbirds. They are a good cross section of the United States and Canada.
Being a CLL member is the only requirement for membership. There are no dues or fees.
News: The club now has an
e-mail address; you can reach us at