Digital Literacy Track Trailer1:34 with Joy Kesten
Digital literacy covers basic computing principles and foundational knowledge of the Internet, World Wide Web and computer programming.
Hi, I'm Joy. 0:01 A teacher here at Treehouse. 0:01 For many, digital literacy means learning how to use important technologies, 0:04 like web browsers, computers and email programs. 0:08 Digital literacy is also about how to understand the information you 0:11 find on the web. 0:16 And how to stay safe, while being part of the global conversations on the internet. 0:17 Now that's an important place to start, but I'm going to take you even further. 0:21 In this series, 0:26 Digital Literacy Courses, you'll not only learn about modern technologies and 0:27 how they help you learn and explore the world worth of information. 0:32 But it'll also teach you how to be a maker of information. 0:36 In this collection of courses, you'll learn the basics of how computers, 0:40 the worldwide web, and internet work. 0:44 And edit HTML, CSS, and Java script code to create web pages and 0:47 build applications. 0:51 We'll also dabble in a few different programming languages 0:53 to get you familiar with the tools available to you. 0:56 Don't worry if you've never written a line of code before. 1:00 We're gonna start from the beginning and build your knowledge over time and 1:03 at your own pace. 1:07 Some of the projects we'll make are personal webpages, soundboard apps, 1:08 randomized future-telling games, and more. 1:13 To get started quickly and easily, we'll be using Treehouse's robust text editor, 1:16 Workspaces, which will start you coding right away. 1:20 If you're already using technology and are ready to peek behind the curtain of 1:25 the inner workings of the web, Internet, and computers, these courses are for you. 1:29
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