Digital Literacy

Program Description

Learning Basic Digital skills helps you:

  • learn how to use your computer, smart phone, or tablet 
  • find ways to use your devices for everyday tasks
  • build confidence in using your devices and participating in the digital world

There are three areas that we typically focus on:

  1. Developing familiarity with the hardware of a computer – monitor, mouse, keyboard, USB memory stick etc.
  2. Building an understanding of how different types of software work – including using Microsoft Windows or a Mac Operating System to navigate spreadsheets, word processors, PowerPoints etc.
  3. Reaching your personal digital goals: programs that you may require or want to learn for work or school such as accessing email, word processing, spreadsheets, using search engines, joining social media platforms (e.g., LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter), and data management may also be covered, as per your personal learning goals.

Digital Literacy Coordinator

Skyler Smith

780-424-5514 press 4

Learning Activities

One on One Tutoring

Using your own device, meet with a tutor in person at a public location (library or our office) or online for 2 hours a week.

Work on your own goals, at your own pace.

Group Activities

Small group classes that meet at the office for 2 hours a week for 15 weeks

Computer Basics
Get started and learn how to use a computer
Using the keyboard and mouse, typing practice, and much more


Internet Basics
Learn how to get online, search the Internet, and use email


Skills for Work
Learn how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, and more
Write a resume, create a poster or card, or make a budget


Learn how to use your smartphone
Take pictures, use the map, download an app, and more


New classes starting in January!
Contact the Coordinator to learn more and to register