Computer Literacy, ICT, Digital Inclusion
This systematic review aims to consolidate the understanding of the term "Computer Literacy", which corresponds to the classification of the first stage of learning skills and knowledge about the aspects of information and communication technology (ICT). In addition to this concept, the study also aims to assess the range of knowledge and skills related to computer literacy. This review was based on ACM and ERIC research bases, comprising the period of the last 10 years, and adding some extra articles that were deemed relevant. The conclusion indicates that Computer Literacy has a dynamic nature – exhibiting evolution over time – and an inherent need to upgrade constantly in order to keep up with information and communication technology’s evolutionary curve.
Wang, Marco Alberto and Vasques Prado, Edmir Parada, "Systematic Review on Computer Literacy" (2015). Proceedings of the XI Brazilian Symposium on Information Systems (SBSI 2015). 25.