Published: June 2018
The latest in the Brookfield Institute’s research series on digital literacy, this report maps the landscape of opportunities for learning digital skills in Canada, including public, non-profit, and private organizations and formal and informal training; barriers facing learners as they navigate the system; and gaps in programming and supports, particularly for
marginalized and underrepresented groups. It has been used as a resource by municipal and provincial governments, non-profit service providers, and educators to inform digital skill development policies and programs.
The Digital Divide Leaves More Canadians Offline Than You Think
CBC Spark, Oct 2018
The Quest for Digital Literacy in Canada
Policy Options, May 2018