A few days ago I posted about some new digital literacy and skills for daily life in Canada multilingual videos Reception House Waterloo Region created as part of their Digital Engagement Project. Today I learned that they borrowed from and were inspired by videos created by HIAS in the U.S. HIAS is also a refugee-serving organization, and they've created even more digital literacy videos in even more languages.
Like Reception House Waterloo Region, HIAS has developed a digital inclusion project that involves digital literacy training and providing digital tools for refugee clients.
Below I've embedded their Digital Literacy for Life and Work videos (in Arabic, Dari, English, Pashto, Spanish, Swahili, Ukrainian), as well as a series of Chromebook Orientation Videos (in Arabic, Burmese, Dari, English, Kinyarwanda, Nepali, Pashto, Swahili, Tigrinya).
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