Computer Skills/Proficient

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Proficient computer skills, as defined by the ICAS Computer Skills Assessment Framework[1] include Internet and email, computers, word processing, graphics and multimedia, spreadsheets and databases, and programming and scripting.

Preparation[edit | edit source]

Learners should complete the Advanced computer skills lessons before proceeding to the proficient level.

Internet and Email[edit | edit source]

Computers[edit | edit source]

Word Processing[edit | edit source]

Graphics and Multimedia[edit | edit source]

Spreadsheets and Databases[edit | edit source]

Programming and Scripting[edit | edit source]

See Also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Educational level: this is a secondary education resource.