Friday, 15 November 2019

Digital skills need to become as essential as reading

Jayne Brooks
Tuesday 25 June 19

Kate Wood, Director of Culture at Chess, compared the issue of digital skills and people’s attitude towards it to climate change during a panel at Connected Britain

The key to fostering digital skills in the UK is to treat them as being as vital as reading, according to Kate Wood, Director of Culture at Chess. Speaking on the final day of Connected Britain 2019, Wood said that digital skills should be viewed as skills for life and that everyone should have some level of understanding if the UK is to close the current digital skills gap…

The key to fostering digital skills in the UK is to treat them as being as vital as reading, according to Kate Wood, Director of Culture at Chess. Speaking on the final day of Connected Britain 2019, Wood said that digital skills should be viewed as skills for life and that everyone should have some level of understanding if the UK is to close the current digital skills gap…

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