The Fourth Literacy: Why Digital Literacy Is Just As Important As Reading, Writing, And Counting

Julie Adams gives us an overview of key research on digital literacy and the underpinning social issues.
Julie Adams , Senior Communication and Content Specialist at DisplayNote

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘literacy’? Reading, writing, and arithmetic? These three established literacies are regarded as an integral part of the education curriculum in every country across the world. They’re also considered essential skills that help children progress through education and master life skills. But what about digital literacy?

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