TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Microsoft Digital Literacy Courses Offered in Partnership with LinkedIn
- Additional Digital Learning Resources
- Build Skills for In-Demand Tech Jobs
Microsoft Digital Literacy Courses Offered in Partnership with LinkedIn
- Working with Computers and Devices: Basic computer skills video courses include “Computer and Device Basics,” Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel.
- Working and Collaborating Online: how to find information online and how to use chat, video calls, and video meetings.
- Online safety resources and research: Microsoft offers tips and resources on protecting your privacy, using the internet safely, and combating online bullying and harassment.
- Digitallearn.org: If you are new to computers, haven't used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, we have the tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed.
- GCFLearnfree.org: Learn and develop the skills needed to advance in work and life.
- NorthStar Digital Literacy: Test your computer skills, build skills in key areas, and demonstrate your knowledge by earning certificates and badges. Prepare for your future now!
- Microsoft Learn: Microsoft’s technical hands-on learning modules can help you arrive at your goals faster, with more confidence and at your own pace.
- edX.org: Explore real college courses from Harvard, MIT, and more of the world’s leading universities.
- Opportunity.linkedin.com: Access newly available tools and resources to begin pursuing in-demand technology skills for free across LinkedIn, Microsoft Learn and GitHub.
- edX.org: Explore real college computer science courses from Harvard, MIT, and more of the world’s leading universities.