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  • n. The quality of being e-literate.


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e- +‎ literacy


  • Kerala sets foot in e-literacy model; Others may follow soon …

    Literacy News – 161th Edition « News « Literacy News

  • - Government should run e-literacy education and awareness projects in collaboration with industry.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • And today's children aren't old enough to prove or disprove any grand theories about e-literacy and e-maginations.

    NYT > Home Page

  • That is perhaps why the district used to be considered a crucible for various experiments, including the world famous Akshaya e-literacy project.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Yes, there are students out there whose e-literacy is highly over rated.

    Wired Campus

  • This drive for e-literacy - and the school curriculum that is the subject of this question - is customized version of Debian for teaching purposes.

    Slashdot: IT

  • Quite a few details, actually - how would you add to the curriculum plan outlined below? keen on achieving total e-literacy as well.

    Slashdot: IT

  • "Since global work environment has been created in the last two decades in India and every individual ought to live in a well-informed society, the graduates, apart from their knowledge in the subjects, should equip themselves with much-needed employable qualities such as spoken English and e-literacy, which alone can fetch them appropriate employment opportunities," Dr. Surendra said.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • The Akshaya initiative was launched in November 2002 primarily to address the need for e-literacy.

  • Malappuram aims to have 100 percent e-literacy with the help of wireless Internet

    Wi-Fi Networking News


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