Cultivating Digital Literacy

According to hiring managers, a skills gap is hindering the success of recent college graduates. In a 2016 Payscale stydy, 60% of US hiring managers responded that critical thinking and problem-solving are most commonly lacking in new graduates. Employers need digital literate graduates who can create, collaborate and communicate in modern ways.

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 career advantages
  • Why educators play a more critical role than ever before in preparing students for the future

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