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    Microsoft Educator Network - Resources : Free Tools For Teachers : Microsoft Digital Literacy Curriculum

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    Microsoft - Digital Literacy Curriculum - Help your students live and thrive in the 21st century digital world with Microsoft's Digital Literacy Curriculum. These e-learning materials help you teach and assess computer concepts and skills so your students can use technology to develop new social and economic opportunities for themselves, their families, and their communities.

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