Often one of the first things we do in our digital literacy classes at the library is get people to connect to the WiFi so they can use the internet. But why do we do this?
There are many sources of information online that claim to help you find answers to your health-related questions, but which ones are reliable and which are just trying to sell goop squeezed from snakes?
As more of the world moves to online tools to help maintain social and work connections while being physically distant, it's important to recognize some of the ways those tools work differently from getting together in person.
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