Private-sector companies, non-profit groups and Federal partners joined together to announce basic and advanced digital literacy training and certification activities as a...
> Read more
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...
> Read more
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.
Tutorial on how to use Gmail. Gmail, or Google Mail, is a free electronic communications suite featuring email, chat, video chat, calendar, an office suite, and much more. This will help you... Read more
My Pop Studio, a website designed by the Media Education Lab at Temple University, is a free online game that introduces children ages 9 - 14 to digital and media literacy, taking them "behind the... Read more
The Building Community Capacity through Broadband (BCCB) program in Wisconsin offers a computer classroom on wheels. These classes provide tribal members of the Menominee Nation with lessons on... Read more
The Government of the District of Columbia is teaching digital literacy courses at three public computer centers across the city to help people develop computer and workforce skills. These centers... Read more
OneCommunity’s “Connect Your Community” project provides digital literacy training to citizens across several cities including Cleveland and Akron, Ohio; Detroit, Mich.; Lexington, Ky.; and... Read more