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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just shows how stupid we are when we have terrorists, people dying in Syria, and Greece about to collapse and all we're concerned about is an overpaid football manager leaving and another selfconfessed computer illiterate manager in line for his position.
Newcastle-based Broadband Computer Company (BCC) has spent the four years since its inception in the research and development phase, gradually raising awareness of its system, known as Alex, which enables the computer illiterate to get online and make the most of basic IT functions.
This, however, does not just that the tellers were computer illiterate.
I don't, I'm computer illiterate, I have noidea what it is.
And although he claims to be computer illiterate, Erznoznik was able to learn the capabilities of his new equipment and software very quickly.
I admit, I was a computer illiterate when I applied for the RN position.
The Republicans were behind in the Internet arms race long before Obama raised half a billion dollars online against an opponent who admitted he was computer illiterate.
According to Hambuda, the system caters for everyone, even those who are computer illiterate.
But he said he wanted them so he could pursue chemistry as a hobby and did not order them himself because he was computer illiterate.
His underage niece lives with his in-laws, who are relatively computer illiterate.
EVEN the most computer illiterate of us will have heard of eBay, the world's biggest internet auction site where you can buy virtually anything, plants included.
Many students in the study, who were computer illiterate, stated that when assisted by other students, cohesiveness and communication among them improved.

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