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Tech Manitoba’s Digital Literacy initiative, known as DigitALL, aims to improve Manitoban’s skills and confidence with computers and the internet through hands on training courses.

The initiative has two streams, one for underrepresented community members seeking beginner-level computer training and another for educators in the Kindergarten to Grade 12 (K-12) public school system who want to improve their use of technology to enhance digital literacy in the classroom.

We work with municipalities and school divisions across Manitoba to offer free computer courses on a variety of subjects.

The program is funded by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED), which allows everyone to access training at no cost.


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DigitALL delivers digital literacy training through in person workshops, live online classes and resources for self-directed learning. 

These courses give participants a basic understanding of computers and enable them to gain digital skills such as email, communication tools and navigating the internet. This creates new opportunities for further education, employment and overall participation in the digital world.

integrating tech into the classroom

Encouraging self-motivated learning through curiosity and exploration is essential in educating students. Integrating technology and Expeditionary Learning are effective methods to achieve this goal.

access to technology

Computers For Schools Manitoba provides free and low-cost refurbished computers to further support Manitoban’s digital literacy skills.

Computers for Schools Manitoba also accepts technology donations. For a full list of accepted donations and more information, visit their website.