V.I. Next Generation Network offering free computer literacy class

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ST. THOMAS - The free basic computer course offered as part of the territory's broadband expansion project can now be completed on any computer, but the opportunity will expire at the end of March.

The V.I. Next Generation Network was formed to use federal stimulus money to build an open access broadband network in the territory.

As part of the project, the agency contracted CyberLearning to provide a free digital literacy course at the territory's public computer centers.

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