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 Click below - Mike introduces his classes

Administrators' comments on Mike's classes

and see where he has taught or currently does teach
computer classes? See over 75 institutions below.

17 Live Zoom Computer Basics Classes

Seniors taking computer classes

Well...Mike's on the eastside. Thirteen students total.
Some were a bit camera shy!


(One student enjoyed it so much, he brought his clown nose! Can your find him in the picture?)


Glad you're here!

My name is Mike, and I am a computer Instructor and author. My passion has been helping 1000’s of adults and seniors learn computers in over 60 cities in 19 years. I have taught at colleges, workforce and development, community education centers, libraries, and many senior centers. I get overwhelming excellent comments about my unique style of teaching, which is basically simplistic. I try to take even the advanced things and break them down so students can understand them. My goal is for “no student to be left behind” and I try to rank extremely high in trying to fulfill that goal. Currently, I instruct students virtually from my location into their own homes! My live sessions are great for dabblers, tinkerers, and those who have recently bought a computer for personal or business use.

My Experience Working with Seniors and Adults


























Some of the virtual institutions below offer Mike's current classes

Here are places I have taught at (or currently teach at) over the last 17 years
(with overwhelming excellent ratings) and you might have run into me:

  • Albert Lea Community Education (virtual)

  • Ann Arbor Community Education (seniors)

  • Alexandria Schools (virtual)

  • Berkley Parks and Recreation (seniors)

  • Bloomfield Twp. Senior Center

  • Brighton Community Education

  • Canton Public Library

  • Canton Summit & Leisure Services (seniors)

  • Chippewa Valley Community Education (seniors)

  • Civic Park Senior Center - Livonia (seniors)

  • Clarkston Senior Center

  • Clawson Library

  • Clawson Senior Center

  • Clinton-Macomb Library

  • Clinton Township Senior Center

  • Community District 128 (virtual)

  • Dearborn Centennial Library

  • Dearborn Heights Caroline Kennedy Library
    (Filled in and taught a class)

  • Ferndale Community Education (Kulick)

  • Ferndale Housing Commission

  • Ferndale Library

  • Ferndale Seniors' Group

  • Five Town Community Education (virtual)

  • Ford (William) Center

  • Grosse Ile Center (seniors)

  • Hamtramck Public Library

  • Hazel Park Library

  • Henry Ford Community College

  • Henry Ford Comm. Coll. in association
    with the State Government, and
    Michigan Works! (Authored a book
    for HFCC M-TEC & Michigan Works!.
    Taught all Government-sponsored
    “No Worker Left Behind”
    computer classes in Michigan)

  • Henry Ford Village Independent Living (Allegra)

  • Huntington Woods Parks and Recreation

  • Independence Township Senior Center

  • Jewish Community Center (Southfield/W. Bloomfield)

  • Livonia Community Education

  • Livonia Library (Carl Sandburg)

  • Los Positas College (virtual)

  • Marygrove College

  • McHenry County College (virtual)

  • Millbury Library (virtual staff training)

  • New Prague Community Education (virtual)

  • Newbury Library

  • Northville Parks and Rec. (seniors)

  • Oak Park Parks and Recreation (seniors)

  • Pack Library

  • Parkland College (virtual)

  • Plymouth-Canton Community Education

  • Robbinsdale Community Education (virtual)

  • Rockwood Senior Center

  • Roseville Community Education (virtual)

  • Royal Oak Library

  • S.E.M.C.O. (Southeast Michigan Computer Organization)

  • S.O.A.R. (Society of Active Retirees)

  • Saline Community Education

  • Senior Services - Midland County, MI

  • Schoolcraft College (in person and virtual)

  • Shakopee Community Education (virtual)

  • South Lyon Center for Active Adults

  • Southern Lake Parks and Recreation (virtual)

  • Southfield Library (hosted by library/Southfield Senior Rec.)

  • Southfield Senior Recreation

  • Springhill Library

  • St. Clair Shores Community Education

  • Sterling Heights Computer Club

  • Sterling Heights Senior Center

  • Trenton Library

  • Umpqua Community College (virtual)

  • Utica Community Education

  • Wayne County Community College

  • Wayne-Westland Community Schools

  • West Bloomfield Senior Center (virtual)

  • Westland Library

  • Westland Senior Center

Can't Attend Mike's Sessions...? Then Purchase
Any of His Self-Guided "Step-by-Step Books"!

(Click on the word "ORDER" above)


My book: "Help! I Have a Computer and the 8-year Old Is Too Busy This Weekend!" was birthed as a result of seeing seniors (and adults) struggle to comprehend computer basics. (The book is for Windows 10 users.)


Oh, yes...I've heard the stories. Let me see...It goes something like this: "I sat down with my grandchild to learn a few computer related things, and they went so fast until I couldn't keep up!" Or how about this one: "I had my secretary do all the computer related work over the years and now I am retired and I need to learn this thing!" I wish I had a dollar for every time I heard those sayings!


I have responded to the needs of seniors and adults by authoring this book just for you! You no longer need to rely on someone from generation X and millennials' generation  to help you with learning computer tasks! As you know they certainly know computers, but often they are not good teachers. This is where I come in! I consider myself your "tutor-in-a-book", meaning I have given thought to what seniors really need to operate their computers successfully. I think I got it: SIMPLE STEPS! My book has been tested and enjoyed by several hundreds of seniors over the years. Get a copy! Maybe get two for someone else you know.

Older adults in a computer class
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Some of Mike's Students

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