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Twenty-First Century Learning

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Twenty-First Century Learning teaches internet skills using a variety of popular and useful Web 2.0 tools.

Learning to use these tools online helps you to navigate the internet and develop the skills you need to succeed in today’s classroom or workplace.

Beginning with the Computer Skills Assessment, you will work your way through each of the lessons below as you improve your Twenty-First Century Learning Skills. Each lesson includes an activity for you to complete. By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Set up your own email account, social media accounts and blog.
  • Use online alternatives to the popular Microsoft Office programs.
  • Use online file storage and understand how “the cloud” works.
  • Edit and share images online.
  • Use mobile apps and online widgets/gadgets.
  • Find and subscribe to RSS feeds.
  • Use popular services like maps, video websites, podcasting websites and more.

You’ll also have an opportunity to improve your typing/keyboarding skills.

Click “Computer Skills Assessment” at the top of the list below to get started.

1. Computer Skills Assessment

2. Gmail & Email Programs

3. Microsoft Office Alternatives

4. Blogging

5. Microblogs

6. Facebook

7. Online File Storage

8. Image Storage, Editing & Sharing

9. Mobile Apps & Online Widgets

10. RSS Feeds

11. YouTube & Vimeo

12. Podcasts

13. Maps & Local Search

14. Essential Skills

15. Typing (Keyboarding)

This Employment Ontario program is funded in part by the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario and through the Canada-Ontario Job Fund Agreement.

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