Computer learning month is the time to get to know technology. This month was created for those who want to learn more about technology and also for those who may not know too much about technology. This is a great time to head to your local library to see if they have classes to help you get to know your technology better.
This is also a good time to start networking with others. Get in touch with those who don’t live close to you or even those who do live close. Network and get to know new people. Not only could you build your computer skills, but you could also build your people or communication skills. It’s a win, win. So go out and learn on your computer this month.
For more information:
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Tsun-Ju Lin, & Yu-Ju Lan. (2015). Language Learning in Virtual Reality Environments: Past, Present, and Future. Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 18(4), 486–497.