e-Resources

Explore the links to learn more about job skills, computer skills, and other educational resources.

BadgerLearn

Free technology training for the public. Create an account to access all content.

everyoneone.org

 

 

Getting started on computers, using the internet, internet safety, getting a job and find classes near you.

digitalLearn.org

 

 

 

Getting started on the computer, using a PC (Windows 7), using a Mac (OS X), basic search, navigating a website and intro to email.

DigitalLiteracy.gov

Build digital literacy skills by selecting from Using a Computer or Mobile Device, Using Software and Applications, Using the Internet, Communicating on the Web, and Child Online Protection.

Federal Trade CommissionComputer Security

Learn how to protect you computer, your information, and your online files.

peoplesmart Privacy Education

Privacy Education on identity theft, medical, spam, computers, searching, social sites, brokers, online tracking, phone tips, privacy tips, background reports, and financial privacy.

GCF Learn Free

 

 

 

Your FREE Learning Source. Covers computers, Microsoft Office, internet basics, careers, math basics, job development and money.

Workforce Resource, Inc

 

 

 

St Croix Valley Job Center-Serving Pierce and St Croix Counties.

career igniter

 

 

 

A Free resume builder that will help you create a professional resume that you can download to your computer.career one stop pathways to career success

Explore careeers, salaries and benefits, education and training.

Us Bureau of Labor Statistics

Occupational Outlook Handbook-a guide to career information on hundreds of occupations.

StateStats

 

 

 

 

Facebook for Beginners

A guide to help beginners use Facebook.

Opencourceware Search

Free online classes from top universities

Support Your Local Library

Interesting facts about libraries and their importance to the education ecosystem

OverDrive

 

 

 

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