Whether you are new to computing or have some experience, the Microsoft Digital Literacy curriculum will help you develop a fundamental understanding of computers. The courses help you learn the essential skills to begin computing with confidence, be more productive at home and at work, stay safe online, use technology to complement your lifestyle, and consider careers where you can put your skills to work. The Microsoft Digital Literacy curriculum has three levels. The Basic curriculum features a course called A First Course Toward Digital Literacy. This course teaches the value of computers in society and introduces you to using a mouse and the keyboard. The Standard curriculum features five courses that cover computer basics; using the internet and productivity programs; security and privacy; and digital lifestyles. The Advanced curriculum features four courses that cover creating an e-mail account, creating a great resume, searching for content on the World Wide Web and social networking. These five courses are available in three versions that use examples and screenshots from different versions of Windows and Microsoft Office. Version 3 uses examples and simulations from Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010, version 2 uses examples and simulations from Windows Vista and Microsoft Office 2007, and version 1 uses examples and simulations from Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003. All courses are free of charge.
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