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Foundations of Digital Literacy virtual workshop

Registration is open for virtual training for library staff on foundational digital literacy topics. This two-day virtual workshop will be offered twice in March. Class sizes are kept small to allow for personal attention and interactive activities.

The Foundations of Digital Literacy workshop is designed to help library staff gain confidence in everyday interactions with technology and is intended for participants who would like a basic introduction to digital literacy topics. Knowledge and skills taught and practiced during the workshop will include a basic understanding of hardware including internal and external components of various devices, how various types of networks function, the composition of webpages and websites, various browsers and their functionality, search engines and tips to perform an effective web search, how to evaluate search results, and information on digital privacy and cybersecurity.

As this workshop will be presented virtually through Zoom, participants will need to have a basic knowledge of how to log in and participate in a Zoom meeting. This is intended to be an interactive course that involves discussion and hands-on practice. To successfully complete the workshop participants must have a microphone enabled, and if possible, a camera.

The workshops are two days from 10am – 12:30pm Eastern (9am – 11:30am Central), and will be offered on March 18-19 and March 30-31.

To register or for more information, visit the MCLS store, or click the dates below:

March 18-19
March 30-31

For any questions, please contact Pam Seabolt at