Learn how to effectively use devices, software, and the Internet to collaborate with others and discover, use, and create information.
Digital skills can play a powerful role in helping people connect, learn, engage with their community, and create more promising futures. This course can help individuals gain the digital skills necessary to engage in a digital economy and improve livelihoods. The course is used by individuals, nonprofits, schools, and governments all over the world.
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