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Learning.com Updates Digital Literacy Solutions for Upcoming School Year

Learning.com announces key enhancements to its digital literacy solutions.
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Learning.com announces key enhancements to its digital literacy solutions. In addition to an improved interface for 21st Century Skills Assessment, the updates will include new EasyTech lessons on spreadsheet and presentation software, Internet research and online communication. All updates and new content will be ready for the 2015-16 school year.

New lessons will cover how to effectively search the Web and collaborate online, as well as address real-life applications of spreadsheet, presentation and image editing tools. Many of EasyTech’s grades 3-5 lessons will also be updated to reflect current software interfaces and model current software examples.

To learn more, visit the digital literacy solutions page or visit Learning.com in Philadelphia at ISTE 2015 from June 29-July 1 at Booth 1320.

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