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Information Technology Bridge Semester 1

Students improve their basic reading and writing skills using materials related to the information technology field. Learning is interactive, and students gain experience using computers and develop key employability skills, such as communication, teamwork, dependability, problem-solving, and technology skills. Exploration of information technology career options is incorporated into personalized career plans.  Test-taking skills are emphasized to prepare for TABE tests, HSE tests, and the college entrance exam. || AUTHOR: Stephanie Sommers, for Women Employed

Information Technology Bridge Semester 2

Students improve their reading and writing skills using materials related to the information technology field. Learning is interactive, and students gain experience using computers and develop key employability skills, such as communication, teamwork, dependability, problem-solving, and technology skills. The course can be run concurrently with a college-level credit course such as Computer Information Systems 101. || AUTHOR: Stephanie Sommers, for Women Employed

Microsoft Office Specialist Certification

Students go through step-by- step tutorials and practice activities to master skills necessary to pass the official Microsoft Office Specialist certification exams for Microsoft 2013. Independent study approach in a school-based computer lab with instructor support. || AUTHOR: John Edmundson & Randee Edmundson, Harmony Learning Center

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