China News Service, February 21. According to China Network Information Network, recently, the Cyberspace Administration of China, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security jointly issued the "Key Points for Improving Digital Literacy and Skills for All in 2024" (Hereinafter referred to as "Work Points"). The "Work Points" pointed out that to do a good job in improving the digital literacy and skills of the entire population this year, we must aim to help improve the overall quality of the population, serve the construction of a modern industrial system, and promote the common prosperity of all people, and promote the action to improve the digital literacy and skills of the entire population to achieve new results. Results, supporting Chinese-style modernization with high-quality population development.

  The "Work Points" clarifies the annual work goals: by the end of 2024, the digital literacy and skills development level of our country's entire population will reach a new level, the digital literacy and skills cultivation system will be more complete, the construction of a digital barrier-free environment will be comprehensively promoted, and the digital divide between groups will be further narrowed , smart and convenient digital life will be of higher quality, and cyberspace will be more standardized and orderly, helping to improve the overall quality of my country's population in the digital era and supporting the construction of a network-based and talent-based country.

  The "Work Points" deploys 17 key tasks in 6 aspects. The first is to cultivate high-level compound digital talents, including comprehensively improving the digital literacy and skills of teachers and students, improving the digital performance capabilities of leading cadres and civil servants, cultivating high-level digital craftsmen, cultivating rural digital talents, and strengthening the industry's digital talent team. The second is to accelerate the bridging of the digital divide, including building a digital barrier-free environment and providing inclusive public welfare services. The third is to support the development of a stronger, better and bigger digital economy, including accelerating the digital transformation and upgrading of enterprises and expanding the space for digital consumption demand. The fourth is to expand smart and convenient digital life scenarios, including promoting inclusive and efficient digital public services and improving the digital level of key life areas. The fifth is to create a positive, healthy and orderly cyberspace, including creating a social atmosphere of co-construction and sharing, building digital legal ethics, and maintaining a safe and orderly digital environment. The sixth is to strengthen support and coordination, including improving the collaborative support system, increasing the supply of high-quality digital resources, and actively participating in international exchanges and cooperation.