The rapid development and adoption of digital technologies is changing the way we learn, work and communicate. Advances in technology not only have the ability to create new opportunities but can also lead to a potential digital divide between those with access to technology and those without… Continue reading the short summary of this theme or download the full consultation paper.
We want your ideas on the following:
What do you see as the most critical challenges in skills development for a digital economy?
What is the best way to address these challenges?
What can we do to ensure that labour market entrants have digital skills?
What is the best way to ensure the current workforce gets the continuous up–skilling required to remain competitive in the digital economy? Are different tactics required for small and medium–sized enterprises versus large enterprises?
How will the digital economy affect the learning system in Canada? How we teach? How we learn?
What strategies could be employed to address the digital divide?
Should we set targets for our made–in–Canada digital strategy? And if so, what should those targets be?
What should the timelines be to reach these targets?