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Computer and Information Literacy

Computer literacy does not mean that a person needs to know how to use every piece of software out there, but it does mean having some sort of level of comfort around computers. Further specialization of these skills increases students’ overall value to future employers. The ability to access a wide range of knowledge bases provides unlimited opportunities for learning.

Computer and information literacy skills are widely used in all areas of academics.

Students proficient in computer and information literacy are characterized by the following:
  • Able to do more complicate word processing with no errors
  • Able to use attachments for emails and online course submissions
  • Regularly uses email for personal, course and other professional correspondence
  • Demonstrates awareness of virus protection

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