Learn Computer Skills

The DigIT program provides free lessons in computer basics at a variety of locations. Our goal is to reach adults who haven’t yet had access to digital learning.

What is the DigIT Program?

In our fast paced world, digital skills are increasingly relevant—at home, at school, and at work. This is true for Canadians of every age, background, education level and employment status.

Foundational digital literacy skills are developed by learning to use the Internet on computers and mobile devices safely, securely and effectively.

Learning these skills and understanding digital technologies not only reduces barriers to accessing valuable information and resources but also opens up opportunities for all Canadians to succeed.

The DigIT program provides free computer basics sessions at a variety of locations designed to help you build skills and confidence for participating in today’s online world.


Learning Sessions

Computer Basics:
Getting Started

This session will get you started on your digital skills journey.

Computer Basics:
Using the Internet

Learn how to get onto the internet, use web browsers, and more.

Computer Basics:

Set up your own email account and learn how to send emails.

Computer Basics:
Internet Safety and Security

Learn how to participate in today’s digital world safely and securely.

Computer Basics:
App Toolkit

In this session we will be talking about apps on our phones and tablets.

More Coming Soon!

Upcoming Learning Sessions

June 2024
Jun 06
06 June 2024 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Frances Morrison Central Library, 311 23rd St E
Saskatoon, SK S7K 0J6 Canada

The Internet makes communication and access to information quick and easy.  In this session, we will learn how to participate in today’s digital world safely and securely. We will discuss […]


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