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The massive information flow of the digital era demands that readers be able to distinguish between fact and opinion. Readers must learn strategies to detect biased information and malicious content like fake news and phishing emails.

What this OECD's report reveals is that students’ access to digital technologies and training on how to use them greatly vary between countries and students’ socio-economic profiles. This report explores how 15-year-old students are developing reading skills to navigate the technology-rich 21st century.

It sheds light on potential ways to strengthen students’ capacity to navigate the new world of information. It highlights how countries need to redouble their efforts to combat emerging digital divides. It also explores what teachers can do to help students navigate ambiguity and manage complexity.

Skills intelligence publication details

Target audience
Digital skills in education.
Digital technology / specialisation
Digital skill level
Basic
Geographic scope - Country
Austria
Belgium
Czech republic
Denmark
Estonia
Industry - field of education and training
Education not further defined
Type of initiative
International initiative
Publication type
Report