Jun 9, 2022 | posted by Conner Williams

DirectLink Community Class: Internet 101 - How it Works, Wired vs. WiFi, Upload vs. Download, and more

Register for the 10AM class (in-person attendee): https://bit.ly/3ywwYQp   

Register for the 10AM class (virtual Zoom attendee): https://bit.ly/3FRhUid 

Register for the 7PM class (virtual Zoom attendee only): https://bit.ly/39fXkM8

What's the difference between download and upload speeds? How does a physical ethernet cord connection differ from WiFi? What is bandwidth capacity and how much speed do you really need?

In this upcoming hybrid Community Class, the DirectLink team will discuss the basics of internet connectivity, understanding speed terms, and how a fiber network operates.

This class will be offered twice on Thursday, June 9, 2022 - at 10AM and 7PM. The 10AM class will be a hybrid environment as we invite members to join us in-person in the Community Room at our Canby campus. The morning class will also be broadcast via Zoom for those that wish to join us remotely. The 7PM class will be exclusively offered virtually via Zoom. Please sign up for the class time of your choosing using the corresponding link above. 

What: DirectLink Community Class: Internet 101 - How it Works, Wired vs. WiFi, Upload vs. Download, and more 

When: Thursday, June 9, 2022 | Hybrid - 10AM | Zoom only - 7PM

Where: In-person 10AM class - 150 SE 2nd Ave. Canby, OR 97013 

RSVP: Click the link above for the time of your choosing. 





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