I've done some thinking, and some planning, and here are my thoughts for the classes on technology and getting those who want to be up do date:
First thing is going to be a crash course on the absolute basics and communication. This is something I'll do every other week or as-needed and anyone/everyone can come at once. It'll be the starter course on the things you need to make due every day: the lights and plumbing systems in your apartments, navigation through the station (ie: elevators, opening doors) etc. and on the means of communication: the very basics of your phone and computer
Beyond that, I'm going to kind of sort the classes by starting time. So those who come from earlier points or less technological places will start first and we'll go through advancements as they come. I'll post weekly on the school board in the Wheel 3 foodcourt where we left off the previous week so if you're interested in joining at any point, you'll have an idea when to show up. We'll start with anyone coming in from before electricity was available in personal residences.
Classes will be at 4 pm on Mondays, as long as that doesn't conflict with anything else.
And for those who don't know me beyond my quick introduction at the meeting: My name is Steve Rogers. I was born in 1918, and am a byproduct of an experiment to create better soldiers. Due to the enhancements made to me when I was fighting a war in the 1940s I survived being buried in ice for decades and was revived in 2012 in a society almost as technological as this one.
I know the feeling of waking up in a world that has advanced incredibly from what you know and remember, so I'll do my best to make it easier.