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What nuggets of digital knowledge will come for you in 2022?

Nuggets of Digital Knowledge for 2022 The new year of 2022 will bring new opportunities for digital literacy. What, where, when, and how will these opportunities happen for you? Lifelong learning Online education Reskilling Sharing your knowledge Internet connections The Digital Literacy Network wishes you a prosperous new year as we look forward to you engagement.

Have Gmail? Use Google Drive!

Do you have a Google email account - Gmail?   With Gmail holding a 53% share of the US email market in 2020, its complementary benefit; Google Drive is ideal for your use. In a Google Chrome web browser, Google Drive is easily accessible in the top-right corner. Why should you use Google Drive as your ideal cloud storage service?   User interface is easier to use than other cloud providers. Price is free up to 15 GB of storage. Google navigation to other Google tools like Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, and more. Integration with 3rd-party apps in the Google Chrome web store . Powerful Google searc h toolsets. Collaboration for your community. Mobile-friendly apps for iOS and Android. Top-notch security features and benefits. More digital learnings are at GCF Global: Gmail - Google Drive -

5 steps to help older workers learn new digital skills?

What are the 5 steps to help the older worker learn new digital skills? Train and train again Connect local resources to be available  Train face to face Small classrooms with large monitors are great Drill to narrow search results Google search is a wonder resource, provided you know how to effectively leverage it Less distractions, alerts, notifications Smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops should have the default alerts and notifications modified to the user's needs, and not the hardware or software provider Do not generalize  Have the students prepare their tops 3 questions and specifically answer them with takeaways and homework