Computer skills

How to Kit - Making Talking Books (2004)

This How to Kit contains instructions on how to make a talking book using Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint.

Talking books are a great literacy activity. They are made on the computer using programs to add text, pictures and sound and can be used with all levels, from children to adult learners. Talking books are effective as an individual or small group activity, as well as a classroom activity or a community workshop.

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2004-11-23

Putting Learning Technologies to Work for Literacy (2004)

The goals of this project were:
-To examine the extent to which adult literacy learners in Nova Scotia have access to learning through technology.
-To determine to what extent community-based literacy organizations use learning technologies effectively and with optimal outcome in their operations and service delivery.

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2004-10-21

Skills-Training for Women (1985)

Women's Education des femmes, Summer1 1985 - Vol. 3, No. 4

This article is about a model for women's bridging and skills-training programs in Toronto. The programs are small in size, locally controlled, informal, and attune to the special learning needs of women. The participants prefer this type of training to a more traditional institutional form.

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2004-07-30

Design and Information Technology in the Elementary Classroom (1991)

Women's Education des femmes, Summer 1991 - Vol. 92, No. 1

In this article, the author discusses offering design and information technology in Ontario's public school system.

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2004-03-29

Lab 9: Scatter Diagrams and Lines of Best Fit (2001)

This lab activity provides instruction on how to produce scatter diagrams and lines of best fit by using an Excel worksheet and Chart Wizard. The activity is part of a series developed to be used with Microsoft Office 97 software programs.

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2003-09-16

Lab 8: Creating a Frequency Distribution and a Histogram (2001)

This lab activity provides instruction on how to use Excel to create a frequency distribution and a histogram from a set of data. The activity is part of a series developed to be used with Microsoft Office 97 software programs.

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2003-09-16

Lab 7: Interpreting Bar or Column Graphs (2001)

This lab activity provides instruction on how to to interpret bar and column graphs. The activity is part of a series developed to be used with Microsoft Office 97 software programs.

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2003-09-16

Lab 6: Constructing Bar and Column Graphs (2001)

This lab activity provides instruction on how to construct bar and column graphs by using Chart Wizard in Microsoft Excel. The activity is part of a series developed to be used with Microsoft Office 97 software programs.

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2003-09-16

Lab 5: Interpreting Pie Charts or Circle Graphs (2001)

This lab activity provides instruction on interpreting pie charts or circle graphs. It is part of a series developed to be used with Microsoft Office 97 software programs.

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2003-09-16

Lab 4: Constructing Pie Charts and Circle Graphs (2001)

This lab activity provides instruction on how to construct pie charts (circle graphs) by hand and by using Chart Wizard in Microsoft Excel. It is part of a series developed to be used with Microsoft Office 97 software programs.

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2003-09-16

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