Let our expert instructor help you get the most out of your computer and mobile devices. Discover how to pay virtual visits to friends and family for free. Master the features of your tech toys, or put Twitter and Facebook to work for you in a hands-on class in everyday technology. Or join lively discussions on controversies in science such as whether humanity is alone in the universe. Register for a TELOS class in science and everyday technology today, and see what you’ve been missing!
As a society, are we prepared for so many advancements in medical technology? This course will inform you about the most current development... More »
In the ancient world, the wisest, most advanced people were said to be the Egyptians, who knew everything there was to know about technology... More »
Discover the secrets to increasing your potential to meet everyday challenges and improve your quality of life. Led by a neurobiologist, thi... More »
Organize your life! Are you swimming in photos and paperwork? Want to learn about the “the Cloud”, but not sure where to start? Have ... More »
People use tools and civilization to survive in the natural world. Birds have only themselves. Come along with master birder and author Conn... More »
Astrobiology is a new science that seeks to answer an old question: Are we alone in the cosmos? There are those at NASA and elsewhere who be... More »
In this introductory course, students will get hands-on experience with platforms such as Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn. Other sites may ... More »
Learn the basic concepts of geology as they apply to the landscape of the western third of North America. In addition, there will be exampl... More »
The Rocky Mountains to the Pacific Coastal Commons – an Arid Eden redefined by a cornucopia of innovation. This is the story human endeavo... More »
This course -- through lectures, slides, animations, simulations, films, class discussions, and, possibly, even some in-class exercises -- w... More »
The TELOS educational program for retirees is being supported by a new student program, the TELOS Advisory Guild. Read more. . .