Digital Literacy Library, the training programme with 5 articles and 18 lesson subjects, developed by the CITA in order to foster proper use of internet and social media by children and youth, is ready to be distributed to the teachers and students. The MoU was established between the CITA and Facebook Inc. in 2018 on cooperation to increase public awareness and digital skill concerning the proper use of internet and social media. And within the framework of that cooperation, in assistance with Faro Foundation Mongolia, the Digital Literacy Library programme was translated and published. The programme will help students from ages of 11-18 to ensure their private security, adjust proper usage and to engrain their positive attitude in social networks.
The programme lessons in the Library are developed by the Berkman Klein Center at Harvard University and has been successfully applied in over 60 countries worldwide. By the by, UNESCO is officially defined that “Digital literacy is the ability to access, manage, understand, integrate, communicate, evaluate and create information safely and appropriately through digital devices and networked technologies for participation in economic and social life.”