Future of Work
Fact: In an age of the digital revolution, only 6.5% of India’s population is digitally literate.
- To be included in the 21st century society, one must be technologically literate.
- What does that mean, exactly? It means being able to use technology to access information, solve problems and create things. Being technologically literate is essential for students who want to succeed in school and in their future careers. It’s also important for adults who want to keep up with the latest changes in technology and stay connected with friends and family and have the relevant skillset for work.
- Technological literacy is the ability to use technology for creative and productive purposes in a way that is informed by the social, cultural, ethical, legal and environmental aspects of technology. This can be achieved through a number of different objectives, each with their own benefits.