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New video conference capabilities for students at the Hyde County Davis Center

Improved video connection just got closer for Hyde County students.

Beaufort County Community College has completed installation of computers with webcams and speakers for students to use at the Hyde County Davis Center. The equipment is available for BCCC students or any other students who need a good internet connection with video and audio capability for online learning.

Time at the computers may be reserved by calling Karen Carawan, HCDC coordinator, at 252-940-6231. The center is open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. and reservations are important.

Additionally, the BHM Regional Library, which has a location at the Hyde County Davis Center, has installed a hotspot to cover the parking lot of the center, so even if the center is closed, students may still to use the wi-fi connection outside. Contact the BHM Library at Engelhard at 252-925-2222.

The Hyde County Davis Center also offers an array of continuing education classes, such as free high school equivalency, free English language acquisition and CPR training.

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