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Digital literacy activities were held at Canik Public Education Center.

Digital literacy activities were held at Canik Public Education Center. In the information technology classroom, seven teams of two were formed. Each team had a computer operating course student and a student from the literacy course. The students of the literacy course learned how to turn on and off the computers with the help of their teammates. They wrote and read the syllables they learned. They connected to the internet and met the digital world.

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