Older residents looking to keep up with today's video game technology can get some help at West Virginia State University.
The Institute school is holding a four-week workshop entitled
"Video Gaming for Grandparents."
A two-hour session will be held Tuesday and will teach participants how to operate the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii gaming systems.
The Charleston Daily Mail (http://bit.ly/pVTkfi ) reports the sessions are intended for anyone hoping to understand video gaming
Among the topics are starting games and handling game controllers, using Netflix's Internet video library and setting parental controls.
The cost is $40 for all four sessions, which will be held at Shawnee Park next to the university.
Interested gamers can call 304-766-3145.
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