The New Mexico Department of Information Technology was created in 2007 to provide state government a strong technical foundation to better serve its citizens and to create more accountability and efficiency in the information technology arena. The new Department is focused on providing excellent service to its customers.
Within its training resources, the New Mexico Department of Information Technology offers "Broadband Train the Trainer Toolkit", a resource for developing trainings in Basic and Business Digital Literacy. These toolkits are self-contained packagez providing the information, guidance, and materials needed for an institution, organization, community group, or individual to deliver trainings in digital literacy and business success.
|Training Toolkit for Digital Literacy||
This toolkit is a self-contained package providing the information, guidance, and materials needed for an institution, organization, community group, or individual to deliver trainings in digital literacy in their communities. The Toolkit addresses the complete range of activities to consider in undertaking such trainings, from planning and scheduling to feedback and follow-up. The focus, however, is on training the trainer for successful classroom delivery, and the bulk of the resources are devoted to providing trainers with the tools, understanding, support, and skills necessary for this outcome.
|Training Discovery Toolkit|