Digital literacy is the ability to navigate our digital world using reading, writing, technical skills, and critical thinking. It’s using technology—like a smartphone, PC, e-reader, and more—to find, evaluate, and communicate information. With Microsoft Digital Literacy classes, you can gain skills needed to effectively explore the Internet.
You will learn:
Computer and Device Basics; Working with Desktop Operating Systems; Working with Applications; Keeping your Computer Secure and Updated; Getting Online; Creating Content in Microsoft Office; Getting Started with Word; Getting Started with Excel.
No formal entry requirements. Interview
You would be able to move on to any Access to IT or NC Computing courses in the college.
Part time (day)
Computing and Games