Select and implement a digital skills curriculum

The number of digital skills curriculums has grown significantly over the past few years. This increase in freely available resources is a win for the digital equity field. But, it can be daunting for a program manager or instructor to choose the curriculum that’s right for their learners. And what if you can’t find one that fits your niche? 

In this online course, you’ll learn how to sort through the various digital skills curriculums that are out there. You’ll also identify the best one for the people and communities you support.

We’ll start by defining digital skills to help you hone your goals for an effective, tailored curriculum. Then, we’ll review some of the most well-regarded curriculums and examine their strengths and weaknesses relative to the needs of your community. We’ll also discuss strategies for effectively deploying curriculum in different ways. You’ll finish the course with tangible resources and an curriculum implementation plan.

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Cost per course

Members $125/Non-members $250

Qualifying credits

NTEN professional certificate

Certified Fund Raising Executive

Certified Association Executive

Course overview


Understand the fundamental digital skills and their value to communities.

Content expertise

Review different curriculums and analyze their respective strengths.


Develop a plan for implementing a new curriculum in your programs.

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Selecting the best curriculum to teach the people you serve can be a daunting task. This course will help you weed through all of the options.

- Instructor Stacy Rozier

Meet the presenter

Stacy Rozier

Stacy Rozier

Pronouns: she/her

Senior Director, Mission Impact

Goodwill of North Georgia

Stacy joined the Goodwill family in July 2009, initially completing one year of AmeriCorps service. It was during her service that she saw the need for digital skills training in the community.  After completing her service, she became a career center manager in the Athens and Atlanta Career Centers helping job seekers find employment. In 2015, she moved to Virtual Career Services, where her talents have been instrumental to Goodwill’s progress in this critical business area. She served as director for four years, during which time she has led the development of Goodwill of North Georgia’s online presence for jobseekers, and launched virtual job fairs. She is currently serving as Senior Director of Mission Impact where she has added technical assistance to her duties. She also holds an MBA from Georgia Southern University. Stacy loves keeping up with the latest gadgets and helping people learn new skills. 

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