WWW represent the World Wide Web. The last word, Web, is the key to locating relevant information. No one site or source can do it all. I hope the resources on this site provide some getting started resources. Additional resources are posted here to extend your venture into the resources available online. They include topics from the Digital Literacy courses developed for OLLI@Duke and similar topics to help navigate the changing environment of the WWW. Use Contact, if you have resources to share. They may be integrated into Digital Literacy Courses or shared here as additional resources.
Digital Literacy DIY
- 100+ Free How To Courses with Today I want to Learn search
- The Public Library Association's site, DigitalLearn.org, is an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant-funded project to create an online hub for digital literacy support and training.
Glossary & Terms
Communication about the use of technology is often hindered by misuse, misunderstanding, or lack of knowledge. Sometimes miscommunication occurs when generalities are used or when new technology and terms are introduced. The links below provide resources to better understand basic digital technology terminology.