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eLiteracy Modules

    • Hardware

    • What are input and output devices? In this module, you will learn about the basic hardware components of a computer, the keyboard and different key functions and how to operate the mouse.
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    • Software

    • The computer requires software ( programs) that help to operate its hardware and resources. Learn about the different operating systems, how to explore files, create folders, copy and save files. Read more...
    • www & internet

    • Let's surf the Internet and get connected to a whole lot of information. In this module, you will learn about web browsing, internet searches and how to copy and save information from the internet into your local computer. Read more...
    • Email

    • Learn on how to setup your gmail account. You will be able to compose a new email, read emails, send as well as save attachments. Read more...
    • Word

    • What exactly is word processing? Word processing involves the creation, editing, manipulation, storage and printing of text with the help of a word processing program. To manipulate text we are referring to inserting text, deleting text, moving text, copying text, correcting spelling errors and much more. Using a word processor you can create documents such as letters, pamphlets, text documents, posters, reports etc. Read more...
    • Excel

    • Excel is a spreadsheet, but what does this mean? Well it simply means that it has been specifically designed to work with numbers. Can you think of any instances where we may use a spreadsheet? Financial (monetary) presentations, like budgets, profit and loss statements, teachers making use of excel to keep track of students marks, or keeping track of your own personal finances are some of the areas where a spreadsheet Read more...
    • Powerpoint

    • What is PowerPoint? Have you ever been to a meeting a show or a trade fair and seen a presentation on a large screen? Do you know how these presentations are made? Well what you are soon to find out is that these types of displays are often created with a program from the Microsoft stable called… PowerPoint. Read more...