The CSIU’s Digital Literacy Program provides adults with free access to computers and the internet — as well as hands-on training — to learn how to use a computer; use technology to find, and keep, a job; search the internet efficiently and evaluate information; and understand responsibilities as a digital citizen.
Training includes keyboarding and “mousing” skills, understanding operating systems and managing files, searching the internet, using online job boards, applying online, and understanding the impact social media use can have on their ability to get and keep a job.
The CSIU’s Digital Literacy Program provides free training as well as open computer lab sessions, to adults in the community who need to use technology to search and apply for jobs or who want to improve their technology skills and knowledge to get a better job. Adults who want to learn technology for a variety of other reasons – to help their children with school work, take online courses, use the Internet safely and securely, avoid scams, or learn how to locate the most relevant and reliable information on the web — are also welcome.
Working with community partners, the CSIU Digital Literacy Program provides free access to computers and the internet in several locations across the region on a set schedule each week. Computer labs are staffed by knowledgeable and experienced professionals ready to assist members of the community.
The computer lab is located at the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum and is staffed by a knowledgeable and experienced Digital Literacy Specialist. Full details about the available training and services can be found at www.csiu.org/digital .
Bloomsburg Children’s Museum
2 W 7th Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Mon: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tues: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Thurs: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.