Digital literacy Training
- Data literacy is the ability to
read, understand, create and communicate data as information. It refers to an
individual's ability to find, evaluate, produce and communicate clear information
through writing and other forms of communication on various digital platforms.
Digital literacy showcases an individual's computer, writing, and typing skills
on platforms, such as mails, ministry web sites, social media and blog sites.
Digital Literacy also includes other devices, such as, smartphones, tablets,
laptops and desktop PCs. While digital literacy initially focused on
digital skills and stand-alone computers, its focus has shifted to network
devices including the Internet and use of social media. Digital literacy does
not replace traditional forms of literacy, instead building upon the skills
that form the foundation of traditional forms of literacy.
- All Represented and staff are build
ability to read, analyze, evaluate and produce communication in a variety of
media form. Imagine a situation where interaction with government can be done
through one counter 24 hours, a day, and sevens a weak. The ability to
recognize when information is needed and locate, evaluate, effectively use and
communicate information in its various format. The ability to use digital
technology communication tools or networks to locate, evaluate, use and create
information, Data literacy focuses on the ability to understand and build
knowledge from data, and to communicate that meaning to others.
- All Represented and staff are known
typing letter and how to use technology and internet responsibly and
application to collaborate share create, inform and enrich. They have become to
ability to locate information from a variety of sources, including print and
digital. Evaluate information for accuracy and credibility and it used
information for accuracy and credibility, use information to understand,
explain, persuade and create. Literacy in social network services and Web sites
(such as gov sites and other sites) helps people stay in contact with others,
pass timely information, and even buy and sell goods and service. Digital
literacy also encompasses a broader range of skills—everything from reading on
a Kindle to gauging the validity of a website or creating and sharing YouTube