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October 2020 Newsletter

Our October 2020 Newsletter in Covid times has been published and emailed out to members. Copies for members who do not use computers will be distributed soon. Note that only active members will be emailed the newsletter. If you haven’t yet renewed your membership, you can still download a copy from our website. Click on […]

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Monthly Morning Tea

Monthly Morning Tea via Zoom U3A Hume’s first general get-together in the virtual worlds. Twenty two people attended on Monday 31 August 2020. It was pleasing to see everyone taliing to each other. There was a happiness vibe that clearly came through. We were all pleased to see each other again. As our chatty members […]

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New Membership Application System

There is a new membership system for members. Through this new system you can manage your membership details, enrol in courses, change your contact details. It is designed to be easy to use. It works equally well on your computer, iPhone or iPad, Android phone or tablet. You can easily access it from our website. […]

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How to use Zoom for Virtual Classes

Tutors, some of your classes can resume on the Internet. Would you like your class to resume? There is an application called Zoom which can be used to stream video and audio to attendees. Your class can resume using the Internet and computer equipment. You can join an online class using your computer or iPad […]

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Why the Coronavirus is so Confusing

A guide to making sense of a problem that is now too big for any one person to fully comprehend. Ed Yong, science writer, writes in The Atlantic Magazine (US) about the Coronavirus. It is a long article and covers the virus, research, information, interpreting numbers, the experts, and much more. Click here to read […]

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2020 Victorian Seniors Festival reimagined Broadcasts

A message from the Victorian Seniors Festival 2020 Victorian Seniors Festival reimagined broadcasts now live This year we are bringing the Festival direct to your home through online performances, zoom interviews and story-telling, with three new broadcasts a week from 30 April.  2020 is the Festival’s 38th year. We invite you to get in the groove – with […]

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