Digital literacy refers to the ability to find, analyze, and evaluate information to determine its accuracy in the digital world.
There are 773 million illiterate adults around the world, most of whom are women. We have some serious work to do to eradicate illiteracy.
Many children start school with insufficient early literacy skills necessary to successfully acquire literacy. What is the result of a less-than-ideal environment for literacy acquisition during the early years?
Through education, we can shape global citizens and like-minded individuals with the skills needed for thinking advocating, and taking action toward a more sustainable world.
Libraries have been important for promoting a reading culture and building a literate society. However, the digital world is pushing libraries to reinvent their services to survive.
As Covid-19 continues to rage on, teachers have found that online teaching is the safest way to deliver lessons but is it effective?
Stereotypes reflect society’s expectations based on genders, indicating that one ‘should’ abide to such ‘rules’. They can come in forms of education paths and career choices. Over the years, this issue has been amplified.
Despite being the largest economy in the world, the U.S. continues to struggle with a staggering literacy problem where 21% of adults in the U.S. are either completely illiterate or functionally illiterate.
This quarantine time is an opportunity for new paradigms to emerge with adults leading by example and developing a family time to read for pleasure.
On a global scale, the Covid-19 pandemic has proved the undeniable importance of technology in education. However, some countries are still not well-prepared for online learning.
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