Building a Stronger Information Society from the Bottom Up: IFLA Statement on Digital Literacy
More and more of our lives take place online. Everything from keeping in touch with your family to filing your tax return takes place over the Internet. The confidence to use, and the skills to make the most of digital technologies, are increasingly essential for personal fulfilment and community participation.
The IFLA Statement on Digital Literacy, published today, argues for digital literacy as both a driver of development and alternative to censorship.