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The fundamental skills of reading, writing, and mathematics are so important that colleges require you pass courses that show you have learned these skills in order to graduate. While the assignments you turn in to your faculty may now be digital, you may find that much of your day-to-day work requires the tools that you may be already using: paper, pens and pencils. For Lesson 5, read this opinion piece and take notes on it as you would for a college course.
Opinion | We're 20 Percent of America, and We're Still Invisible
Critical reading skills
Information literacy: avoiding fake news and open web nonsense
Writing to inform, to advance a thesis, to learn.
Tools for writing
Math online: showing work and avoiding easy solutions.