Private-sector companies, non-profit groups and Federal partners joined together to announce basic and advanced digital literacy training and certification activities as a...
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Digital Inclusion Infographic
The Internet Is Important To Everyone infographic explains why Americans are not using the internet or purchasing home internet service and offers actions our communities...
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This is the destination for digital literacy resources and collaboration. Use it to share and enhance the tools necessary to learn computer and Internet skills needed in today’s global work environment.
Since 2001 this site has provided a free, very unique and user-friendly learning method proven to help each and every person learn, practice, and improve your typing speed and accuracy.
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Educator resource where parents and teachers can find professionally designed educational material to share with their children. Initially funded by a U.S. Department of Education Small Business... Read more
This in an introductory class on the TOXNET databases for inexperienced users. Participants will learn about the different databases available on TOXNET and what type of information is available... Read more
The Computers for Youth Foundation (CFY) is teaching digital literacy courses to families in high-poverty middle schools of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Known as Family Learning... Read more
The Inland Northwest Community Access Network (Tincan) is providing digital media training and workshops at its new media lab and film production facility in Spokane, Wash. Students of all ages... Read more
Digital illiteracy is a barrier to community participation and family progress for many adults across the country. The Mexican Institute of Greater Houston (MIGH) addresses this digital divide and... Read more