Australia’s national digital literacy program

(6 March 2014)  One in five adults in Australia is not online. To address this issue, Australia Post and Infoxchange are rolling out a four year national digital literacy program. The program has the ambitious goal of getting more than 300,000 Australians to improve their digital skills and realise their digital potential.  Small businesses, the elderly, postal workers  and remote communities are among the targets.

Among the tools created for this to happen is a website featuring digital skill guides and an online map where people can find face-to-face learning opportunities near them.

Find out how you can be involved at the Infoxchange website.