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Re: [Teacher-talkhswriters] Computer tips for beginners

From: Mary Lou Jacklin <maryloujacklin_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2011 10:41:17 +0000

Hello Dianna, I used this website yesterday with one of my students who is required to get some computer experience before she begins her career development program in August. She loved it! She said it was easy to use...I watched her sit there and take notes while she went through the tips!! I think that website will help her get through the digital microsoft literacy. She wants to continue with microsoft because you get a certificate upon successful completion and she needs some proof to show she has some computer knowledge before entering her career development program. So thank you again for sharing!

> From: dbaycich_at_literacy.kent.edu
> To: ohiolit_at_archon.educ.kent.edu; teacher-talkhswriters_at_learner.org
> Date: Sun, 24 Apr 2011 21:39:06 -0400
> Subject: [Teacher-talkhswriters] Computer tips for beginners
>
> The purpose of these articles is to give beginners a few bite sized tips on
> using their computers.
> Each tip is fairly short so it doesn't take too much of your time to read
> it. Note also, these tips are
> not organized in any particular order (they are not like a course), they are
> designed so you can
> pick any one that interests you and read it without the others.
> http://www.mcginnovation.com/tips/comptips.html
>
> Dianna Baycich
> Literacy Projects Coordinator
> Ohio Literacy Resource Center
> Research I Bldg.
> 1100 Summit St.
> PO Box 5190
> Kent State University
> Kent, OH 44242
> 330.672.7841
>
> The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change;
> the realist adjusts the sails. -William Arthur Ward, college administrator,
> writer (1921-1994)
>
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