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Digital inclusion for low-skilled and low-literate people: a landscape review

Digital inclusion for low-skilled and low-literate people: a landscape review

Digital inclusion for low-skilled and low-literate people: a landscape review
© UNESCO, 2018, 118 pages

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This report explores how technology solutions outside of the education sector can be designed to be more inclusive, accessible and usable for people with low levels of skills and literacy; what skills such people need to utilize effectively inclusive digital solutions; and what key characteristics of the overall environment are needed for successful implementation of more inclusive solutions. It is important to note that low literacy in this review includes young people and adults who are illiterate in the sense that they cannot read or write. Five development areas and contexts – health, agriculture, government, displaced populations, and green and environmental practices – are foregrounded to help us understand the links between digital solutions, skills development and livelihoods.

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