In this section you’ll find organizations where you can learn how to use a computer.
Every local library branch provides free classes.
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free computer classes
When you click on the website link below, you'll find a list of every library in Colorado. Call your local library's number for the most current information on hours and location. Or check out a library's website. You'll have to search online for it, but that's easy. Type the name of the library into the search bar and its website is usually the first thing listed. You may also want to check out the section about libraries on Remerg.com. Our listing for Denver's libraries includes a remerg.com tour of Denver's Central Library.More Info
Learn about information on the Internet
Crash Course provides free classes on YouTube about a variety of subjects, including digital literacy. Click on the video link to watch a series of brief videos that will help you better understand how the Internet is used to provide information. This will make you a more savvy consumer of everything that feeds into your devices.More Info
ESL classes, High School Equivalency classes, computer skills
Family Resource Centers are located throughout Colorado. They go by different names (Focus Points, Sister Carmen, Bright Futures, etc.). Click on the website link for the statewide list of centers along with links to their websites where you'll learn more. Many resource centers provide ESL classes, and some provide high school equivalency classes. Sometimes this is called Adult Education. Ask about computer skills classes, as well.More Info
learn the basics about computers online
Digital literacy is knowing how to use computers and other devices, the software that runs them, and the Internet. Click on the website link to go directly to the page for a LinkedIn course that starts with the very basics.More Info
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