The digital literacy you need is the kind of thing that people need to know about, whether they’re working on the web or the phone.

But a study from Adobe found that digital literacy training is actually not enough for people to improve their skills.

The study, entitled Digital skills training and the future of digital literacy, found that nearly half of those surveyed don’t have enough digital literacy knowledge to pass the digital literacy tests.

But the report doesn’t address whether the digital training is effective in changing the skills of the workforce, or whether the training is even necessary.

It doesn’t ask whether training is worth the time and money, or even whether the lessons are relevant.

It’s only looking at the results of a few hundred participants in a study that was sponsored by Adobe.

So how do you know if training is worthwhile?

Adobe says it can provide feedback to individuals and companies, but that’s not always the case.

For example, a study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology found that the average duration of digital training was three weeks and the average cost of digital education was $8.19 per hour.

That’s less than half the cost of traditional training, but it was still a lot of money.

A report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers found that more than one in five employers say that digital training can help train employees.

And the best way to know if digital literacy is worth it is to see if you actually have the skills.

The best way for you to make sure your digital skills are improving, is to do what we call the “big six” test: to see how well you’re doing on your big six skills.

If you do well on the big six, then your digital literacy skills are really solid.

The “big seven” test is also a good way to gauge how well your skills are progressing.

And the more you do that, the better.

You’ll get better at your big seven, which means you’re getting better at the big 6 and you’re more likely to be able to pass your tests.

If you’re already a certified digital literacy trainer, the first step is to look at what other training programs offer.

Some of them are free and you can get started.

Some other free digital training programs are the National Center for Digital Literacy Training, the National Digital Skills Training Program, the Digital Skills for Business and the National Partnership for Digital Education.