Assessing Digital Literacy of Undergraduate Students of the Faculty of Arts, University of Dhaka


The aim of this study is to assess the digital literacy of undergraduate students of Arts faculty at the University of Dhaka, and to determine their strengths and weaknesses. Generally, it was found that students had limited skills in digital literacy, as it is not a part of their academic course curriculum. This study urges the incorporation of a digital literacy program in the course curriculum that will make the students digitally more literate. The study represents the viewpoint of undergraduate students of Arts faculty in Digital Literacy program and provides some insights into students’ knowledge of digital literacy and the importance they attach to digital literacy education.


Digital Literacy, Dhaka University

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