A Wiregrass institute is helping people use the internet more efficiently.
The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind is holding broadband training across the state this month.
Dothan's training session included practical home and health internet use.
But the classes aren't just open to people who are deaf or blind, they're open to the rest of the community as well.
Jessica Edmiston with the A.I.D.B says the sessions teach people the importance of broadband in their daily lives.
"When I was reviewing the information, I didn't realize a lot of the opportunities out there that broadband can provide in finding a job, furthering my education and different research opportunities," Edmiston said.
For more information on sessions call the Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind at (256) 493 - 3360.
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