All posts by Stewart Riddle

Stewart is a Senior Lecturer in Literacies Education at the University of Southern Queensland. His research interests include looking at intersections of literacies learning, music and the lives of young people, as well as alternative perspectives in education, social justice, and Deleuze studies. Stewart is a member of the English Teachers' Association of Queensland management committee and edits their journal, Words'Worth.

The robots are coming for your job! Why digital literacy is so important for the jobs of the future

In a report released this week, the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) claims that up to 70% of young people are preparing for jobs that will no longer exist in the future. The report also raises concerns about decreasing entry-level occupations for school leavers and the impacts of automation. In another recent report, the Committee […]

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