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Everyone needs to know how to use a computer, navigate the internet, and read and respond to emails.

Imagine the things you can do with increased knowledge: keeping in touch with your grandchildren, viewing pictures that are sent to you, even renewing prescriptions and send messages to your doctor! You have unlimited resources at your fingertips.

Services we offer:

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Basic Computer and Mobile Device Training
  • Basic Computer – If you’re new to computers or just want to update your skills, you’ve come to the right place
  • Digital Literacy Modules
  • https://downloads.bbc.co.uk/connect/BBC_First_Click_Beginners_Guide.pdf
  • Basic Email – Learn how to use common email features and practice proper etiquette.
  • Basic Internet – Improve your Internet skills so you can connect, use the cloud, download and upload files, and do more online.
  • Basic Smartphones & Tablets – If you or someone you know has not had much experience with touch-screen devices, learning how to use a modern smartphone can be quite overwhelming. Smartphone Basics Smart Phones and Tablets
  • Basic Google Drive and Docs – Google Drive gives you access to a suite of tools that allows you to create and edit a variety of files, including documentsspreadsheets, and presentations. Google Drive and Docs
What is GCFGlobal.org?

For almost 20 years, the GCFGlobal.org program has helped millions worldwide learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century.

From technical skills such as Microsoft office and emails to fundamentals such as reading math and more, GCF global offers a wide range 300+ topics, 6000 lessons, more than 2,000 videos, and over 50 inter-actives and games, all for free.

GCF Global Learning

Click on the following links for starter courses in computers at GCF Global:

The BBC has launched First Click, a campaign to encourage people to get online. This is a major new media literacy campaign to encourage the estimated 9.2 million people in the UK, who have never used the internet, to take the first steps to get online.

Getting Online One Click at a Time

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