Cyber Security Council backs digital literacy initiative

Tuesday 3 July 2018 | 10:44 CET | News
The Dutch Cyber Security Council has given its backing to the 'Samen Digiwijzer' project to equip schoolchildren with digital skills. The initiative was started by the groups CodePact, Mediawijzer.net and Kennisnet to help schools develop digital literacy skills. The groups forms a so-called 'Circle of Support' to assist schools and ensure that children are equipped with digital skills from an early age, to help develop their digital thinking and working. 

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