Frequently Asked Questions

Common Questions

Digital literacy is the ability to successfully use a range of digital technology for a variety of purposes. People who are digitally literate use technology to understand, communicate, manage and locate knowledge and solve problems. In the classroom, digital literacy takes on many forms, an example of which includes teachers and students creating online content to be utilised in and out of the classroom.

(Macquarie University, 5 FAQs about digital literacy in the classroom)

Educators have been given the task of equipping students with skills to succeed in today’s, and ultimately tomorrow’s, world. The digital revolution is evolving fast, and it is imperative that schools evolve as well.

(Macquarie University, 5 FAQs about digital literacy in the classroom)

  1. At Buk bilong Pikinini, we regularly organise digital literacy training events. Please keep a lookout for these upcoming events!
  2. You can also reach out with any questions in the forum section on the website or via contacting us directly.

Sir Paulias Matane, Former Governer General, PNG

Literacy is everybody’s concern

and there is an urgent need now for all sectors of government and society, that eradication of illiteracy be one of our national development priorities.