The Literacy Program emphasizes diverse literacy not limited to a specific text type. New types of technology are changing our everyday life, work and, inevitably, our reading habits and texts. The concept of literacy has expanded, and multiliteracy is the major topic of the day. It includes interpreting and evaluating the content of the text. Multiliteracy also includes the skill to create various types of text. It involves the ability to absorb and convey information, identify emotions, and understand the use of language and contexts.
Diverse literacy forms the basis for all learning. Literacy enables people to become self-aware, find their strengths and develop their creativity and social skills. It is a basic requirement for personal development and active participation in society. Literacy is a superpower of the mind.