May 31, 2018

Image of a laptop computer screen with the word literacy in a large font surrounded by icons of books, buildings and other literacy related images Technology – through phones, tablets, social media and eLearning has changed the way that we work, play, educate and teach. This new literacy is also creating lifelong opportunities and challenges for people of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels.

What digital literacy means, is and what it can be; individually and collectively, will be explored and celebrated through interactive activities and learning sessions across the city on Toronto’s first Digital Literacy Day.

The City of Toronto and the Toronto Public Library are collaborating with a diverse spectrum of more than 35 local companies and organizations to host and produce more than 110 free events for all ages across the city.

Find out more about what digital literacy means and what it can mean to you on May 31.

View a complete list of Digital Literacy Day events .

Information will also be shared via #DLDayTO on Twitter and Instagram.