There are a number of different skills or techniques that tend to be pretty universal for good photography. This is true if you use a point and shoot, DSLR, medium format, or phone camera. They work for both film and digital. As a matter of fact you can get some awesome photography books in second hand stores or on the freebee table of a camera club because some people are dumping their "old" film photography books thinking they should move on to digital photography books. But what they don't understand is that well over 90% of everything in photography works the same in film and digital. And a lot of the stuff covered in the books even work with some of the cheapest cameras.
So in this section of One with the camera you will get a chance to start to learn those universal techniques or skills that will make your photography great no matter what you are shooting with. What I would encourage you to do is to pick one skill at a time and go out to learn it well. make it a goal to take at least 100 photos that exemplify that skill or technique. And out of that 100 find the one or two really good ones and post them on line for comment, especially if you are in a group that critiques photos. It is good to find an on line group to share photos back and forth with. Or this is where a local camera club can be very helpful too.