All of these recommended courses are available on LinkedIn Learning.





Computer literacy

Computer literacy is the ability to understand how computers work, the jargon and how to use technology efficiently

Working with computers and devices

Computer Literacy for Windows 10

Computer Literacy for Mac

Learning Office 365 (Microsoft 365)


Detailed apps


Digital learning

Preparing for digital learning means being able to turn digital opportunities into learning gains. Preparing for digital learning might involve: setting up your digital environment (devices, apps, resources and web services) to suit your learning needs; practicing with different media such as online lectures, apps and quizzes; finding and using online resources for yourself; managing your time and tasks; looking for help online when you need it.


Digital productivity

Digital productivity is how you use your digital skills to get things done. Can you choose the right devices, applications, software and systems for the task? Can you adapt the tools to your own needs?


Information literacy

Information literacy is your ability to find, evaluate, organise and share information, whether you are using it for academic or professional purposes. Everyone in education needs a broad understanding of information-based rules such as copyright, referencing, and avoiding plagiarism.



Digital communication

Digital communication is any communication using digital media and networks.


Digital collaboration

Digital collaboration is the ability to take part in digital teams and working groups to meet specific goals, using shared tools and media.


Digital identity and wellbeing

Digital identity management is how you develop and project a digital identity – or several identities – and how you manage your digital reputation.


Digital wellbeing is how you stay safe and look after yourself and others in digital settings.