SDG4: Quality Education

Exploring the profound impact of digital literacy on overall quality of life.

Logan Senko & Rachel Yuen

Individual Video Interviews

Groups got a chance to answer a few questions about their topic and the exhibition. 

Visualizing the Problem

How might we demonstrate the profound impact of digital literacy? According to UNESCO, literacy is the most critical determinant of health, enabling access to a higher quality of health care and providing life-changing improvement to health outcomes, disease prevention, and health promotion. This profound impact extends beyond health literacy, transcending to encompass a web of transferable skills and knowledge built on a foundation of critical thinking, numeracy and literacy, such as: financial literacy, media literacy and information literacy. Additionally, the 2030 United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (4.4.2) describe digital literacy proficiency as the key factor in facilitating opportunities which empower individuals to participate in educational experiences that garner further professional development and inform civic engagement.


Interact with the map below!