ECDL Foundation White Paper - Identifying Essential ICT Skills and Building Digital Proficiency Through Appropriate Certification
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The term „digital literacy‟ has been in common use since the mid-1990s, but it has never had a uniform and agreed upon definition. Digital literacy resists a simple definition because what it means to be digitally literate is subjective and, as the technological landscape is continually evolving, applying an overly rigid definition to it is too restrictive. In identifying what it means to be digitally literate, it may be more useful to consider digital literacy as a relatively stable set of knowledge and skills that are essential for participation in any modern, knowledge-based society.