Author(s): Suzanne Smythe – Simon Fraser University
The article discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on adult literacy education and the rapid integration of digital technologies. It explores the concept of digital justice as a movement toward fair and ethical digital and social futures.
The article emphasizes the importance of considering digital equity and justice in technology integration and highlights the inequalities exacerbated by the pandemic. It calls for thoughtful integration of technologies, critical awareness of automated inequalities, and the empowerment of educators to make informed decisions.
The article envisions pandemic pedagogies as an opening to new modes of social solidarity and resilience for future challenges.
ALE Journal – Volume 4, Issue 1