Intel has launched an interactive, step-by-step tutorial 'Education Help Guide' to assist students in making the best use of IT to unlock their real potential. Intel hopes that by developing computer literacy they can help students on their journey towards being the next generation of innovators.
The guide is a user-friendly tutorial for Microsoft Office software that uses non-technical language. Covering hundreds of demonstrations about how to complete everyday computer tasks, the resource includes instructions for everything from making a bar chart from spreadsheet data; to setting up a three-column template for a document; to adding photos and videos to a presentation.
The initiative is part of Intel’s wider efforts to promote technology literacy amongst students and help them develop English language skills: key capabilities for the 21st Century workplace. From local schools to global universities, Intel works to help improve the quality of education around the world.