Digital Literacy/Competency Resources

CRRL Resources: 

CRRL Computer Training: 30-minute, in-person computer and research training. Offers social media, email, job+resource training as well

W3Tools.com: Teaches HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and others for web-page building and design.

 

UMW Resources:

Digital Knowledge Center: peer tutoring for students, operates Domain of One’s Own

Digital Pedagogy Lab: Professional development events at UMW. “Open to teachers, students, librarians, administrators, and technologists looking to explore the role and application of technology in education.” Special courses, livestreams, and camp workshops dedicated to digital learning and education.

Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies: Site for UMW faculty and educators related to digital studies. Contact info, etc. 

DGST101 website with list of used resources

Fredericksburg Developers Group (may be open to teaching)

DigitalLearn.org: Developed by Public Library Association (PLA), tutorials on tech and digital literacy topics, suite of resources for library staff and educators as well

DigitalLiteracy.gov: searchable resource website, sorted by topic, skill, format, and audience. Job skills, Tech basics, and Internet/Comp skills

 

Free Online Programs/Resources:

Code.org: Free coding courses and projects for educators and students of all ages

FredGoodwill.org: Training in software like Google Suite; beginner, intermediate, and advanced courses offered in email, internet, and computer skills.Contact: 540-371-3070, digital.training@FredGoodwill.org, 4701 Market Street, Fredericksburg, VA

Everyoneon.org: free digital literacy courses and computers available