Building Your Digital Skills: Discover Free Resources for Internet Savvy

Posted on 02/09/24

Join us for an empowering virtual event: "Building Your Digital Skills: Discover Free Resources for Internet Savvy."

In collaboration with the National Digital Equity Center (NDEC), this session aims to shed light on some of the available tools to help you navigate the digital landscape confidently. During this event, your hosts will walk you through the plethora of free resources and training opportunities provided by NDEC, both online and in your local community. Whether you want to learn how to use a new device, master essential software, or harness the power of online platforms, this session will provide you with ways to get started!

When: COMING SOON!
Where: via Zoom
Click Here to register. Once registered, you will receive an email with a link to join the event.

Don't miss out on this invaluable opportunity to expand your digital skills and become more comfortable with technology and the internet. Join us and embark on a journey towards becoming internet savvy!

About the National Digital Equity Center (NDEC):

The NDEC provides Digital Skills classes that provide opportunities for professional growth, personal enrichment, the development of computer skills, and using the internet to access health care resources.

NDEC has over 45 classes organized around three curricula – For Work & Business, For Home & Education, and Aging Well with Technology. Customized training and consulting solutions are offered to businesses and industries, as well as community residents. Online classes are held in a live interactive form using a videoconference platform; in-person classes are at community locations in collaboration with partner organizations. Students can elect to join a free Digital Skills Success Plan which includes skills assessments and recommended classes to meet their learning goals.

Additionally, the NDEC works with communities to develop Digital Equity and Digital Inclusion Plans; Affordable Equipment Programs; and local Affordable Broadband Benefit subsidies.
The NDEC is proud to provide communities with the expertise needed to mobilize broadband technologies through digital inclusion, literacy efforts, education, resource planning, funding research, infrastructure leveraging and stakeholder engagement.

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