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    ALISON, or "Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online," is a free online learning resource for basic and essential workplace skills. ALISON provides high-quality, engaging, interactive multimedia courseware for certification and standards-based learning. The mission of ALISON is to enable anyone, anywhere, to educate themselves for free via interactive, self-paced multimedia.
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    Video tutorial en español sobre cómo configurar una cuenta de Gmail
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    JobScout is an online social gaming platform designed to teach job seekers invaluable digital literacy skills. JobScout is a friendly entry point into the online world for all users despite their experience level with computers or the internet. JobScout's lessons range from an introduction to the basic language of the internet to preparing and uploading a resume and everything in between.
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  • Cruzio
    Local internet service provider that also includes many features for Santa Cruz residents, like local events, traffic, weather, news headlines, local bloggers, and more.
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Cement Ship

Remnants of the "S.S. Palo Alto." The 435-foot ship was built of concrete by the San Francisco Shipbuilding Co. just after the end of World War I. Originally designed as a tanker, it was part of a wartime effort to reduce the use of steel and iron. The S.S. Palo ... [More]

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