The modern economy is rapidly changing as many jobs are automated and new careers are developing. Employers need digitally literate graduates who can create, collaborate, and communicate in modern ways to define and fill these new roles. It begins with educators leading the way and teaching digital literacy skills in the curriculum.
Read to learn:
How digital literacy cultivates soft skills as well as hard technical skills
Why educators believe creativity and problem solving are essential to student success
How communicating ideas in visually engaging ways provides career advantages
Why educators play a more critical role than ever before in preparing students for the future.
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