So what are the digital literacy skills for the 21st century. I just finished a mammoth aggregation of my articles--27 all together which relate to the university, social media, and 21st century literacy
. Although not explicitly dealt with this includes software as service and other cloud computing applications in a given niche. These apps are (literally) the new Microsoft Word and Excel of days gone by.
Digital platforms also act as unique springboards for education, creativity, and collaboration.
Asking the right questions and being able to research for the "right answer" or "best answer" is still fundamental, but as Friedmans and Pink's work indicates creativity, design, play, and collaboration are all key?
What are the baselines or fundamentals for digital literacy in the 21st century???? Any suggestions for resources, books, or blogs posts on digital literacy (and perhaps how it related to enterprise)????
(from my perspective this includes the notions of slash careers, virtualization, outsourcing, and entrepreneurship among others)
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