Washington Post Live  ·   November 6, 2013

'Digital literacy doesn't mean a lot' to people offline

- “We’re living in a digital reality, a digital realm now,” says Terry Bradwell, executive vice president for AARP. He tells Washington Post Live editor Mary Jordan, ”Digital literacy doesn’t mean a lot to people going into the technology realm. We use terms like 'help you find a job’ … those are more real-life terms.” ()

- “We’re living in a digital reality, a digital realm now,” says Terry Bradwell, executive vice president for AARP. He tells Washington Post Live editor Mary Jordan, ”Digital literacy doesn’t mean a lot to people going into the technology realm. We use terms like 'help you find a job’ … those are more real-life terms.” ()

'Digital literacy doesn't mean a lot' to people offline (2:15)

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