Shawnee Community College Students Receive Digital Literacy Certification with 100 Percent Passing Rate
Shawnee Community College’s Current Technologies course students achieved IC3 Digital Literacy Certification with 100% pass rate during the spring 2017 semester.
IC3 certification requires the passing of three individual exams: Key Applications, Computing Fundamentals, and Living Online. Achievement of this level of certification supports the individual’s knowledge and skill base in the areas of applications software and operating systems, installing/removing software on a computer in addition to hosting basic maintenance of the system, and securing online communication activity.
Shawnee Community College offers many courses preparing students for industry-standard certification achievement such as A+, Net+, and MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist).
Pictured above: Eleven students attending Shawnee Community College achieve IC3 Digital Literacy Certification with 100% pass rate during the spring 2017 semester. Not pictured: Stephanie DeVault of Belknap.
Front row (L-R): Tanya McLaughlin of Vienna, Victoria McLelland of Anna, and Madeline Hiller of Anna.
2nd row: Ashley Graham of Anna.
3rd row (L-R): Caleigh Anderson of Vienna, Rubi Morales of Cobden, and Leticia Amezquita of Cobden.
Back row (L-R): Taylor Russell of Brookport, Ann Johnson of Mound City, and Sabrina Rundles of Cairo.