computer literacy


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computer literacy

1. The ability to acquire and apply a basic understanding of computer hardware and software to solve problems or access information.
2. Educational programs designed to help students gain mastery in computer applications.
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The Pathfinder Computer Literacy Project helps Sarasota address the need to provide computer resources in the area which gives more people the ability to use helpful Internet tools like SuperPages.
The assignment coincided with procedural instruction in the use of e-mail which was taught by other members of the computer literacy teaching team.
Verizon encourages eligible nonprofit groups to take advantage of this opportunity and submit proposals that show how technology can be used in innovative ways to meet the computer literacy needs of the communities the nonprofits serve.
The community computer literacy group works with about 40 to 50 students a year from kindergarten to 12th grade.
HOPE Center employs eight full-time people and has been essential in promoting economic empowerment to local Ward 8 constituents and beyond, assisting the residents gain homeownership, small business loans and workforce development program which has been essential in training people with new job skills such as the computer literacy program.
We're pleased to be able to work with the Chickasaw Nation in their computer literacy goals," says Video Professor CEO and founder John Scherer.
At the core of the initiative, World Links plans to train teachers and students in basic computer literacy.
2 -- color) The screen of one of the skills center's students shows the progress being made in the computer literacy classes.
Furthermore, it prepares users to receive the IC3 Certification from Certiport, which is a world-recognized standard for fundamental computer literacy.
NORTHRIDGE - California State University, Northridge's Center for Community Service-Learning has been awarded a $20,000 grant to teach computer literacy to disadvantaged families.
The touch-and-feel concept is still crucial among non-PC SBs - especially those with a low level of computer literacy.

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