Computer Skills Resume Sample

computer skills resume sample

    computer skills

  • Computer skills refer to one’s ability to utilize the software (and sometimes hardware) of a computer.
  • Increasingly science and technology rely on effective use of computers to collect data, store and retrieve information, organize data in spreadsheets and graphs, communicate with other computers and researchers, and prepare written reports of research.
  • Intermediate computer literacy, with experience in Microsoft word, Excel, Power Point, Internet. Basic proficiency in spreadsheets is  also required.


  • Begin to do or pursue (something) again after a pause or interruption
  • Begin to be done, pursued, or used again after a pause or interruption
  • Begin speaking again after a pause or interruption
  • sketch: short descriptive summary (of events)
  • take up or begin anew; “We resumed the negotiations”
  • curriculum vitae: a summary of your academic and work history


  • A specimen taken for scientific testing or analysis
  • a small part of something intended as representative of the whole
  • A small part or quantity intended to show what the whole is like
  • take a sample of; “Try these new crackers”; “Sample the regional dishes”
  • sample distribution: items selected at random from a population and used to test hypotheses about the population
  • A portion drawn from a population, the study of which is intended to lead to statistical estimates of the attributes of the whole population

computer skills resume sample – Computers For

Computers For Seniors For Dummies
Computers For Seniors For Dummies
Great advice on choosing a computer, getting online, and having fun!
Computers are an essential part of daily life these days, but they can be a bit intimidating at first. Computers For Seniors For Dummies, 2nd Edition gets you going with lots of illustrations and easy-to-follow-instructions, never assuming you already know more than you do.
You’ll learn to use the keyboard and mouse, navigate the Windows 7 operating system, access the Internet and use e-mail, create documents, shop safely online, and more.
Shows you how to choose the right computer, get it set up, and get going
Explains how to connect to the Internet and keep up with family and friends via e-mail
Helps you create documents, work with files and folders, simplify your finances, and build a budget using a spreadsheet
Discusses how to use social networking sites and how to shop and bank online without compromising your privacy
Offers tips and advice to help you avoid common pitfalls
With Computers For Seniors For Dummies, 2nd Edition by your side, you’ll be able to use the computer with confidence and take advantage of all it has to offer.


Hope – Beyond Gaining Knowledge and Computer Skills

To a 12 year-old 6th grader in rural China, computer learning is more than just gaining knowledge or computer skills. It’s about hope for the future. It’s about narrowing the digital divide between the city and rural students.

Mengxijie Primary School, Xinglongzhai, Xinglong, Shaanxi
Xinglong · Shaanxi · China | 2011

Rasheda practices her computer skills

Rasheda practices her computer skills
Rasheda Begun uses BERDO’s free lab to improve her computer skills and use the internet. Talking software is part of BERDO’s School of Information and Technology for the Visually Impaired.

Photo taken in Dhaka, Bangladesh by Amanda Lasik, 2011 Peace Fellow for BERDO.

computer skills resume sample

Jump Right In: Essential Computer Skills Using Microsoft Office 2010
This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include anymedia, website access codes, or print supplements that may comepackaged with the bound book.A computer literacy approach completely reinvented for theneeds of today’s 21st century studentBest-selling author and expert teacher Jean AndrewsA?reinvented the basic approach to teaching computer literacy fortoday’s students. Andrews focuses on how computers are really usedin personal life, academics, and technical careers. She teaches the#1 competency students need most: the ability to keep learning newskills on their own.Every feature in this book is designed to make learning quickand easy. The book covers core computer skills using real-worldprojects that help students learn how to use these tools to performthe most common personal and business tasks:Using and managing Windows 7 computersUsing the Internet to access and share information, and to dobusinessUsing the Web for academic researchCapturing and organizing information with OneNote 2010Using Word 2010 to communicate information and apply for ajobUsing PowerPoint 2010 to persuade an audience, present acompelling story, or deliver important informationUsing Excel 2010 to organize data, solve problems, makedecisions, and transform data into knowledgeMaking informed computer buying decisionsKeeping computers reliable, fast, and safe


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