ISSN 2409-5834

Management of Digital Literacy in Improving Student Learning Outcomes at Public Junior High School 2, Sukabumi City

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R. Supyan Sauri,Ema Rohimah,Usep Bagja


The background of this research problem is based on the emergence of the phenomenon that digital literacy for students in schools is becoming increasingly important due to the increasingly sophisticated development of information and communication technology. The existence of a Literacy policy from the Government aims to support the development of Indonesia's human resources in facing the digitalization era. According to the Global World Digital Competitiveness Index survey, Indonesia is ranked 56th out of 63 countries. In addition, another survey shows that Indonesia's digital literacy level is still low compared to other ASEAN countries, which averages at 70%.

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