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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In order to facilitate the computer illiterate applicants, the CTP started an hour long free computer classes which would be held every Friday and Saturday.
The university decided that the system implemented in 2014 was vulnerable to copying as it was outsourced to another educator, tough for computer illiterate students and was not recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
However, financial and economic affairs committee chairman Khalid Al Maskati said those who were "computer illiterate" would undergo a training course in the summer to ease the process.
(The story is set in 2001, so it is somewhat surprising that she is depicted as a computer illiterate.)
Walker's allegedly computer illiterate treasurer, the Reporter learned, taught computer courses and is an information technology expert at Unifrax Corporation.
She says both were incredibly smart, but computer illiterate.
REGARDING your article on Mirfield Health Centre in Saturday's paper, you state "have your say on www.examiner.co.uk", but as a computer illiterate of 85 years old I can only have my say by writing.
In the case that patients are too sick or computer illiterate to create a Medical Log, facilities are provided for a carer or loved one to assist the patient.
-- By Abdullah Dahlan Helping the computer illiterate COMPUTER literacy is no longer a luxury and has become an essential part of our lives.
In a time where the students are browsing Facebook on a daily basis in Internet cafes and on smart devices, their own school teachers are computer illiterate! This is a shocking fact that I discovered while speaking to a group of teachers.
Also the jobs related to IT and computers require training and a large number of the population is computer illiterate. Therefore, the few people with computer literacy are in a better position to find jobs relatively quickly, and the employment market is currently far from being overwhelmed with IT specialists.
What will be the fate of these lost hordes of computer illiterate barneys?
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