Digital Literacy Knowledge Hub
What is Digital Literacy?
Digital Literacy is often defined as "those capabilities that fit someone for living, learning, working, participating and thriving in a digital society" (Health Education England). Technology is all around us and affects our everyday lives. It includes skills like being able to send and receive emails, to safely use internet banking, and being able to search for quality information online. It is more important than ever that NHS staff have the appropriate level of digital skills to fully participate and engage with our digital society.
Further help and advice
If you want a safe space to use these online resources with someone on hand to help if you get stuck you can use the computers in the Library, New Alderley House. The library is staffed Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm and the library staff are happy to help you. Computers are usually available for you to drop-in, or you can ring ahead to book one: 01625 66 1362 or email: ecn-tr.StaffLibrary@nhs.net.