How to strengthen digital literacy? Practical example of a European initiative "SPreaD"

@inproceedings{Newrly2009HowTS,
  title={How to strengthen digital literacy? Practical example of a European initiative "SPreaD"},
  author={Petra Newrly and M. Veugelers},
  year={2009}
}
Digital Literacy has become one of the main competences in the 21st century. Without being able to use digital media effectively and responsibly the chances on the global market are very low. Nowadays more than 250 million Europeans are regular visitors to the Internet. Yet despite this encouraging figure, large sections of the population continue to be barred from the multiple new opportunities, such as Web 2.0 or mobile learning. But even those who are using the new digital media regularly… CONTINUE READING

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