Digital Literacy: Empowering Students to Thrive in Careers of the Future

Students head into college and university with a passion to change the world — but they’re rarely exposed to projects and assignments that help them develop the digital and soft skills needed to thrive in a modern career. It’s up to the individual institutions to provide the tools for students to develop the necessary skills to be successful in the workforce.

Read to learn:

  • How digital literacy helps students become more creative collaborators
  • Why educators believe creativity and problem solving are empowering graduates and helping them succeed
  • How communicating ideas in visually engaging ways provides career advantages

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