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2. Handling information and content

Handling Information

The second recognised digital skill is 'Handling information and content'.

Through participating in this opportunity you will have a clear understanding and an ability to demonstrate the following skills as per the Government's Digital Skills Framework:

  • understand that not all online information and content is reliable
  • evaluate what information or content may, or may not, be reliable
  • use search engines to find information and make use of search terms to generate better results
  • use bookmarks to save and retrieve information on a web browser
  • access information and content from different devices
  • understand that the cloud is a way that you can store information and content in a remote location.
  • organise information and content using files and folders on a device or on the cloud
  • use the Internet to legally access content for entertainment including films, music, games and books

Move to the next module: module 3 - Transacting.

Return to Basecamp: Essential Digital Skills - Training Material.

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