Digital Literacy is a self-paced course designed to provide participants with the skills needed to navigate technology in the workplace. It is comprised of five modules: Computer Operations, Internet Browsing, Digital Communications, Digital Documents, and Digital Security. Each module is made up of a course component and a posttest. Each course has instructional content, a knowledge-check quiz, and a hands-on practice exercise that allows the participant to apply the skills to real life, practical situations.
The Digital Literacy Certificate of Completion lets employers know the participant or job seeker can identify and understands the following:
|Digital Communications||Digital Documents||Digital Security|
|Device Types||What is the Internet?||Methods of Digital Communication||Word Processing||Security Policies and Procedures|
|Parts of a Computer||Connecting to the Internet||Email Basics||Spreadsheets||Passwords|
|Operating Systems||World Wide Web||Video Conference Basics||Slide Presentations||Spam and Phishing|
|Common Software Applications||Browser Basics||Instant Message and Text Basics||Document Sharing and Collaboration||Privacy Settings|
|Basic Computer Operations|| Searching the World Wide Web||Social Media Basics||Completing Online Documents and Forms||Security Software and VPNs |
|Professional Use of Devices||Professional Use of the Internet||Professional Use of Digital Communication Tools||Professional Use of Digital Documentation Tools||Professional Use of Security Tools|
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WIN Learning also provides the Digital Literacy Credential, a valid assessment that is aligned to the technological skills presented in the Digital Literacy Courseware. Contact WIN Learning today and ask about bundling the Digital Literacy Credential and the Digital Literacy Courseware to give your learners and job seekers the right tools for success.