Computer Literacy and Resources
Understanding how to effectively use computers and information systems is crucial to your success as a college student. Even if you never take any courses online, you will be expected to communicate via e-mail, write your assignments using word processing software and utilize college specific technologies. The resources below are links to relevant online tutorials for beginners and advanced computer users.
Knowledgebase – Empire State College maintains an extensive article database on computer use. This database covers computer-related topics of interest to all levels of computer users. It includes articles relevant to P.C. and Macintosh users. The links take you to selected samples of Knowledgebase articles.
- Computer Basics
- Internet Basics
- E-mail Basics
- Word Processing and Other Problems
- Moodlerooms (login required)
Microsoft Self-paced Training – This Microsoft Web site includes free self-paced training courses for Office programs. These courses are provided using a variety of formats, including audio and video.
For additional support with computer literacy, please contact the director of academic support at your location.
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