Ebook:  The Truth About Digital Literacy


The term "digital literacy" is bandied about so commonly that we assume we know what it means, without thinking twice. But what is digital literacy, really? And what is fact and what is fiction?

The truth is that digital literacy requires a broad range of digital skills. Download's latest resource, The Truth About Digital Literacy, to learn more about these critical skills and why we need to teach them intentionally and comprehensively to our students. 


Founded in 1999, provides educators with solutions to prepare students with critical digital skills. Our K-12 curriculum  engages students as they learn keyboarding, online safety, applied productivity tools, computational thinking, coding and more.

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Why Digital Literacy?

Digital literacy transforms students from technology users to digital problem-solvers, critical thinkers, and innovative designers.

Future Readiness
Future readiness starts with foundational digital skills that enable students to become nimble, proficient, and digitally literate technology users.
Empowered Learning
With digital literacy, students learn to harness educational technology to lead their learning, demonstrate their knowledge, and solve real-world problems.
Distance Learning
With distance and online learning, digital skills in computer science, digital citizenship and software use are essential to the success of students in a virtual environment.
Digital Equity
Digital literacy promotes digital equity by helping to bridge the digital readiness gap and overcome the digital use divide in classrooms, whether in person or online.