Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) plays a crucial role in promoting digital literacy and digital wellness among its citizens.
Digital technologies are becoming an integral part of society today. They have brought about many conveniences such as online shopping and accessible entertainment, as well as other benefits including greater ease of navigation, new ways of learning and fostering deeper connections with family and friends.
As Singapore becomes increasingly connected through technology, it is important that no one is excluded from these benefits and opportunities provided by technology in their day-to-day lives. To achieve this goal of inclusive digital transformation, IMDA has also placed a strong emphasis on promoting digital adoption among all segments of society. This includes the more vulnerable segments of society such as seniors, low-income families, and people with disabilities.
Our Digital Readiness efforts aim to equip our citizens to use technology actively, responsibly, and confidently. Our programmes reach out to individuals, schools, and communities of all ages. It provides them with access to technology, digital literacy skills and know-how, as well as the experiential opportunity to try their hands on a myriad of frontier technology to understand how they can impact the way we work, live, learn, and play.
The Digital Access Programme equips low-income households, students, and persons with disabilities, with digital solutions and tools so that they can get connected and be empowered by technology.Closed
Digital Skills for Adults, Seniors and Persons with Disabilities
As you connect with technology, you will also open the door to many possibilities that enhance your everyday life. Learn how to use technology with confidence.Closed
Media Literacy and Cyber Wellness
The Media Literacy Council works in partnership with Industry, Community, and Government to promote an astute and responsible digital citizenship. Learn how to be safe, smart, and kind online.Closed
Code@SG aims to develop computational thinking and making as a national capability in Singapore. Find out how your school can leverage the programmes.Closed
Digital for Life
The Digital for Life movement aims to galvanise the community to help Singaporeans embrace digital as a lifelong pursuit, and to enrich their lives. The Digital for Life movement will build on the momentum of many community efforts and mobilise more community partners and resources to help all Singaporeans feel excited, empowered, and enriched by digital technologies.Closed