Digitalliteracy.gov is the online destination for digital literacy resources and collaboration. It is designed to help teach or enhance the computer and Internet skills needed in today’s global work environment.
The website offers practical advice under headings like “Communicating on the Web”—where users are told “how to set up Skype,” or “setting up a Facebook account”—or “Learn Job Skills”—which offers tips on creating a resume to help finding jobs. There are also links to state and local digital literacy training websites and information on those facilities.
For using the Internet to help those in need of digital training, digitalliteracy.gov is Government Video’s Website of the Week.
Government Video Website of the Week: StopBullying.gov
Managed by the Departments of Health & Human Services and Justice, the site provides help to those being victimized by bullying.