Visualisations do not have to be boring. This is true for all forms of communication, but especially in digital literacy and rights.
From the Blog on digital literacy
What does success look like? So many different possible answers. So what does success look like in the digital literacy space?
Literacy is about knowing, while competency is about application. Too often we stop at literacy because it is easier than competency.
There are a myriad of reasons for community digital literacy. But, it’s likely important to remind ourselves that illiteracy is unlikely to be 100%.
Many parents all over the world worry about the amount of ‘screen time’ their children have today – this is an opportunity for raising digital literacy
Following the law is the minimum we do, not what we aspire to. A subtle shift happens when data collection becomes an opportunity to engage communities.
Here are four considerations when ‘Going Digital’ in projects targeting children and youth – digital literacy, access, inequality, and safety online.
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