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Our Resource Library helps you find new learning technologies and useful best practices and tools for running public computer centers.
Start your search with one of the Resource Categories at left and filter your results further by specific topic!
We want your suggestions for links or materials to add to the Resource Library, please click the "Suggest a Resource" button. You'll be contributing to an open library shared with others in Washington State and around the world, seeking best practices in the field of digital literacy, digital inclusion and broadband adoption, with a focus on reaching technology for underserved and vulnerable residents.
Another great source for technology curriculum and resources is the NTIA's DigitalLiteracy.gov website.
Word 2002 (XP) is the word processing application in the Microsoft 2002 (XP) Office Suite. It allows you to create a variety of professional-looking documents such as letters, flyers, and more.
Mozilla Firefox is a web browser that is an alternative to Internet Explorer.
Practicing safety is a must with anyone who goes online, but with kids it is especially important.
Phishing, Trojans, Spyware, Trolls and Flame Wars! Oh my! If the idea of these threats lurking around online makes you nervous, then you can now be at ease.
This course teaches you how to use Microsoft Excel 2003, a spreadsheet software program that allows you to store, organize, and analyze numerical information. Created by GCFLearnFree.org.