2. Develop and Sustain Robust Partnerships and Collaborations3. Strengthen and Expand Research and Assessment
4. Increase Access to Digital Literacy Programming
The Digital Literacy Task Force of the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy developed the following recommendations to advance and sustain library engagement in digital literacy initiatives nationwide as a companion to its January 2013 report Digital Literacy, Libraries, and Public Policy. Libraries of all types – school, academic, and public – play a vital role in ensuring all people have the skills and abilities to succeed in the Digital Age. These conclusions and recommendations culminate the task force’s work over 18 months and constitute a call to action on the part of the ALA, library education programs, front-line libraries, various funding bodies, and the diverse stakeholders who use and support library services.
The Task Force defines "digital literacy" as: the ability to use information and communication technologies to find, understand, evaluate, create, and communicate digital information, an ability that requires both cognitive and technical skills.
Bibliotecas e Programas de Literacia Digital
Conclusões e recomendações, 2013, ALA (EUA)
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