I’ve got my Digital Literacy Certificate. Now what?

Note: The deadline to sign up for Cyberlearning Digital Literacy (basic computer training) has passed.

If you’ve signed up for the free Digital Literacy course (enrollment is still open for U.S. Virgin Islands residents), you may wonder what to do once you’ve passed the Master Exam and received your certificate.

The email message containing your certificate, also contains a link that allows you to log on to Cyberlearning and choose from among over 5,000 individual professional and IT courses. These courses are grouped according to discipline and area of study.

For students American College Testing (ACT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) preparatory courses are available; professional areas include business and executive skills, Microsoft Office applications, and there is also IT coursework to prepare for CISCO, Microsoft, Sun (Java), Red Hat Linux, Oracle, VMWare, and CompTIA A+ testing and certification.

There’s much more information in the Cyberlearning course catalog on our web site. Questions? Email Marshall Hughes of Cyberlearning at  mhughes@cyberlearning.org

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