CrossKnowledge unveils Digital Literacy, its new collection of educational resources designed to teach core competencies required in the digital age. Made up of thousands of brief educational videos, Digital Literacy lets individuals learn the skills they need to help their organizations complete complex digital transformations.
The Digital Literacy collection — and the skills it imparts — serves as a practical complement to CrossKnowledge’s suite of resources focused on building organizational and behavioral competencies to address new organizational structures and management styles.
How to Face the Digital Revolution
Businesses in the midst of digital transformation need people with the right skills to succeed. The Digital Literacy catalog offers thousands of training videos covering core digital competencies in 3 minutes or less. Each video focuses on one of three main themes — collaboration, sharing, or productivity — offering fast and easy lessons in vital skills for the digital revolution.
Why Digital Literacy Is Vital
Digital Literacy’s on-demand videos serve as a source of immediate practical help for users of the latest digital tools. It’s a fast and easy way to address the technical skills many employees lack.
“Developing managerial and functional competencies has always been the heart of what CrossKnowledge does. This new collection integrates naturally in this system, adding the technical mastery of digital tools. It is this successful mix of managerial, functional, and technical competencies that guarantees our clients’ success in the digital age,” adds Steve Fiehl, Chief Innovation Officer at CrossKnowledge.
Digital Literacy Improves Efficiency
The first video series deals with tools like Webex, GlobalMeet, Skype, and EverNote as part of a wider business collaboration theme. The videos explain specific functions of an application or software, reproducing the function in real time in a simple, short, and visually attractive format perfectly suited to busy professionals. Each month, CrossKnowledge adds 300 new videos in both English and French, forming a massive collection of practical learning in bite-size form.
Here’s an exclusive sample video from the Google Apps series: