The Applied Digital Skills curriculum has lessons for learners that span a range of ages.
Applied Digital Skills lessons span a breadth of relevant topics, weaving in necessary digital skills students need for school and the future workplace with standard curriculum topics.
Get started with some of our simpler lessons, like:
Our growing curriculum for adult learners — whether in college, pursuing a high school equivalency degree, or building up digital skills for the workplace — is based on a basic understanding of internet skills.
This includes knowing how to use a web browser and searching the internet. Adult students can use the Basic Digital Skills Guide to review or develop these prerequisite skills.
- Open the Basic Digital Skills Guide.
- Print the guide in color or black and white.
- Distribute to students before their first class.
- Students can read the guide and complete the practice exercises in about 45 minutes.
Visit the Applied Digital Skills lessons page to see the full curriculum library. In each lesson, students use G Suite for Education, including tools such as Gmail, Docs and Slides, to create projects.
Review our sample learning paths to learn more about how to integrate Applied Digital Skills into this year's curriculum.
Filter the curriculum
If you want to focus on a specific audience, application, or topic, take advantage of the search options on the Lessons page. This will filter the lessons available on the site so that you can select one that meets your needs.
You can filter by:
- Digital tool or app, and
We recently removed the ability to search lessons by state standards from our website as we did not see significant use of the standards. If you're interested in bringing them back, please fill out the Contact Us form and let us know how you'd like to use them.