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This is a list of free learning opportunities which can assist you in many way.  Please scroll down to see what's available.

Creating Accessible Microsoft Office 2010 Documents

The Texas Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities is host to these learning modules on making Microsoft Office 2010 documents accessible to people with disabilities. These modules were created by a multi-agency team of accessibility professionals. Accessible documents are more portable and usable for everyone, not just people with disabilities because accessible documents work better across all web browsers, computer systems, and other devices. Ensuring that your documents are made in an accessible manner provides everyone with an equal opportunity to access information from your agency, program or service. The Committee encourages widespread use of these modules by public and private entities. To access please click here >>> Creating Accessible Microsoft Office 2010 Documents

MS Office Training Tutorials (click here) Includes Word, Outlook, Excel, Office, PowerPoint, Access, and more

Free On-line Training Opportunities 

Coursera is a for-profit company offering online courses from many different Universities in several countries.

If online learning is what you’re looking for, you can take advantage of GCFLearnFree.org®, a free e-learning web site owned by the Goodwill Community Foundation. GCFLearnFree.org provides quality, innovative online opportunities to anyone who wants to learn or improve their technology, literacy and/or math skills, and become more successful in both work and life.

You can take self-paced lessons or register for free, instructor-supported classes — some in Spanish. Log on to learn about the variety of options. From lessons on Microsoft PowerPoint and Word, to classes on banking and even using an ATM, we’re sure there’s something there for you.