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TRiO Computer & Digital Literacy

Self-paced modules; Resources and support for computer and digital skills

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Welcome TRiO Students! I'm Professor Raychell Harris, your dedicated librarian for computer and digital literacy. What exactly does that mean? Well... I'm available for any school assistance you need regarding computers and digital technologies. Whether you'd like to ask me, or work through the modules yourself, everything you'll need is here.


If you're checking in for the first time, make sure to complete the quiz below. Your score will help determine what you should review.

If you’re like most distance learners, you love the freedom of learning at home. How great is it that you don’t have to come to campus all the time?! Along with the conveniences that online classes afford, come some important responsibilities and best practices. Here are our top ten tips for online students: 

  • Create a quiet, distraction-free study spot
  • Keep a notebook for each class, just as if you were attending a class on campus
  • Know your learning style, and use that knowledge to study effectively for class
  • Use a PC or Mac for online classes – mobile devices are not supported
  • Have a “Plan B” in case something goes awry
  • Keep a thumb drive that you use to save your work
  • Save ALL of your work!
  • Utilize eLearning resources, such as ELO1000 and the Student Support Center

- PBSC eLearning Department 

Created by Purdue Writing Lab

How to attach a document to an email (desktop app & online):

  1. Open your preferred email service or app
  2. Click on “Compose” or “New Item” to compose a new message
  3. Press “Attachment” or “Attach File” (look for the image of a paperclip)
    1. Find file and select   

For whole screen:

  1. Click on the window you would like to capture.
  2. Press "PrtScn" (Print Screen)

*The Print Screen key is near the upper-right corner of your keyboard. (Depending on the type of keyboard you have, the exact key names on your keyboard may slightly vary.)

  1. Press "Ctrl+V" to paste, or right click and select Paste 

For selected/specific window:

  1. Press “Alt+PrtScn”
  2. Press "Ctrl+V" to paste, or right click and select Paste 

**The Snipping Tool application is also available for precision screenshots (access through Default Apps or search in Windows Search box)

Pre-Test

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