Digital Survival Kit / Day

It is high time to stop talking about digital skills as something complex that we have to learn for tomorrow, but to acknowledge that they have long been more or less the everyday reality of us all, emphasizes Zanda Zilgalve, the head of the IT education fund. Many Latvians already use smart devices, apps and social networks, write e-mails, pay bills and shop online, use services and use one of the online communication platforms either for work or to keep in touch with relatives and friends. This list could go on and on, and the circumstances of the pandemic have accelerated its expansion rapidly.

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