If you consider yourself computer illiterate, today and every Tuesday you have the chance to have your tech questions answered.

Lacombe County's Life Long Learning Association offers a free program called Coffee and Computers, giving you the chance to ask any question about your computer, smart phone, or tablet.

Executive Director Dani DuCross says technology is becoming an important way to get information, communicate, and keep connected.

"You know when family members or friends move away, it's a great way to stay in touch with them. With some amazing apps like Skype and Facetime to use, this program takes away the fear of using them. This is how it works, and this is how it runs, and it's just that button. Look how easy it actually is."

DuCross says technology can be overwhelming, and they want to make the education process as simple as possible.

"Instead of having to worry about bringing in a silly or stupid question to a tech who'll charge you $400. They can come in with questions to a safe and confortable environment. Basically what we're trying to do is eliminate people being afraid of playing around with their computers, so they can enjoy all the technological options available to them."

DuCross says the program is becoming fairly popular, and they see anywhere between 2 and 7 people come out each week.

Coffee and Computers runs every Tuesday infrom 10:00 am until noon at the Life Long Learning Associations office in downtown Lacombe until December 6th.

They also offer the program once a month in Eckville, Bentley, Alix and Clive.