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Digital Literacy

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In today’s world, technology underpins our everyday lives, in work, play and our connections to people around us. By developing better digital skills, you can stay in touch with friends and family, contribute to your community and build skills that you can use in the workplace.  

The course is designed for learners who want to improve their basic digital literacy skills. This course is also suitable for people with disabilities. 

We will cover topics such as using the internet safely, using popular programs like Zoom, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, sending and receiving emails and lots more! Learning outcomes may be tailored to individual learning needs. 

  • Computer Basics: turn on, turn off safely, icons, toolbar, search bar, terminology 
  • Internet basics: Wi-Fi connection, connecting, searching, saving links  
  • Email: composing, replying, forwarding, security  
  • Basic Word: templates, saving files, headers footers, dictate, bullets & numbering, font styles etc  
  • PowerPoint: basics, slides, insert slides, photos, etc  
  • Zoom: answering calls, receiving calls, sharing screen