KPN helps people with limited reading skills acquire digital knowledge

Thursday 12 September 2019 | 16:29 CET | News
The Dutch Reading & Writing Foundation (Stichting Lezen & Schrijven) and KPN charity the KPN Mooiste Contact Fonds have together developed new teaching materials for people with limited reading and language skills, to help them acquire digital skills. Material was developed at the simplest language level under the name "Success! Digital skills." The incidence of insufficient digital skills among the low-literate is about three times as high as among people who do have a good command of language.

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Categories: General
Companies: KPN
Countries: Netherlands
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