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 time may come, but it will only come when the customer base you are dealing with is computer literate and, more to the point, is aware of your website address.
We might be incredibly computer literate but we are fast becoming a nation of couch potatos.
But the villains have been sitting in their prison cells toiling over the task of becoming computer literate at the state's expense.
He wants every student both at primary and second level to be computer literate.
Those well off manage to become computer literate at commercially run institutes, in most cases highly congested.
Mbuthia called on all remaining schools to place their orders, saying the tablets are of high quality and that all their teachers are computer literate.
Should be computer literate (MS Office, Emailing and Internet Surfing).
If the feline in your life is good - or computer literate - enough to be Cat Of The Week, send a photo and details to polly.hudson@mirror.co.uk
Jimoh Patrick, who came out smiling from the examination hall said he had no difficulty using the computer even though he said he was not necessarily computer literate.
30,000/- for a computer literate person engaged by Member of Parliament for obtaining secretarial assistance) to Rs.
In addition, computer literate women should also be posted at the front desk when required.
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