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DigitALL aims to increase province-wide digital literacy at a basic level among under represented groups by providing FREE computer classes in the community.


Are you looking to improve your computer skills?

Digital Literacy is defined as the ability to locate, organize, understand, evaluate, and analyze information using digital technology. It involves a working knowledge of current tools and an understanding of how they can be used.

What Skills:

Basic computer skills, file management, email, internet, MS Office, security, social media, online job searching, Skype/What’s App, business communication, and e-commerce.

Are you a local support group who wants to bring this program to your community?

It’s anticipated that a basic foundation in digital literacy will enable individuals to gain not only basic digital skills such as using email, texting, or the internet but also to develop the ability to comprehend, contextualize, and critically evaluate how they engage in online environments. It will also provide them with skills they can build upon, should they choose to do so. The potential to increase their opportunities to complete high school, access employment opportunities, and overall participation in a digital world are the expected benefits to both individuals and communities.


Click here to complete a form and bring DigitALL to your community.


Click here to see currently scheduled free DigitALL training.


 Contact Information:

Margaux Miller
Program Director, ICTAM

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Phone: 431-557-6644

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