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As more content gets pushed online, digital literacy is as important as literacy and numeracy to succeed at your studies. Students at Bendigo TAFE are expected to access information online and submit assignments via the student portal.

Below are some tutorials, information sheets, and of course, games to brush up on your computer skills. Use these resources along with your teachers and library staff to succeed at TAFE and beyond. 

Office 365 cheat sheets

New to Office 365? Don't know your OneNote from your OneDrive? 

Have a look at the cheat sheets available on the Office Support page.

  • Excel 
  • OneDrive
  • OneNote
  • PowerPoint
  • Word
  • and more...
Close up of a hand using a computer mouse

Computer mouse. [Photography]. Retrieved  from  Encyclopædia  Britannica  ImageQuest.  https://quest.eb.com/search/132_1300946/1/132_1300946/cite

Mouse

Lessons

Learn essential mouse skill. How to hold a mouse, how to scroll, which button to press, and for how long.

Games

Computer games are a great way to hone your mouse skills. After learning the basics of how to use a mouse, practice with some of these games.

Try playing games already on your computer. Solitaire was originally included on computers to teach users mouse skills!

Close up of a hand using a computer keyboard

Close-up of a person typing on a computer keyboard. [Photography]. Retrieved from Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. https://quest.eb.com/search/132_1306689/1/132_1306689/cite

Keyboard

Lessons

Learn about the different key groups and how best to use a keyboard. Practice your typing skills with the online tutorials.

Games

Image of Ethernet cable

Internet connection. [Photography]. Retrieved from Encyclopædia Britannica ImageQuest. 
https://quest.eb.com/search/132_1301432/1/132_1301432/cite

Computer

Computer Basics

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