Lastly, do in-depth research related to local cultures for which you want to make content
Jakarta (ANTARA) - Experts outlined tips to develop local potential-based creative content during the "Digital Tips: Local Potential-Based Creative Content" digital literacy webinar held by the Communication and Informatics Ministry, Tuesday.

Business consultant and digital literacy practitioner Syarif Maulana noted that several tips can be applied when viewed from the perspective of digital skills.

The first tip concerns ensuring the involvement of local people in the creation process while the second involves having good speaking skills, he noted, as quoted from a press statement, Thursday.

"Third, have good technology skills. Lastly, broad insight on regions is a must," he affirmed.

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Moreover, digital literacy practitioner Bayu Sutjiatmo highlighted three ethics that should be followed in developing local potential-based creative content.

Sutjiatmo said that firstly, these contents should not ruin the image of local culture, while secondly, he spoke about the need for seeking the permission of related parties.

"Lastly, do in-depth research related to local cultures for which you want to make content," he noted.

In addition, podcaster and Co-Founder of Paberik Soeara Rakjat Rizki Nugroho shared digital security tips. There are at least three simple activities that can be conducted to protect every created content.

"First, do not just give out the OTP code to other people. Second, use watermark every time you post a content. Lastly, always routinely change password," he stated.

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The ministry collaborates with the National Cybercreation Digital Literacy Movement to unveil the "Indonesia Becoming More Digitally Skilled" Program in 2021.

In the process, the program has managed to reach more than 12 million people in 515 districts or cities and 34 provinces across Indonesia, the ministry's official, Semuel Abrijani Pangerapan, stted.

The program focuses on improving Indonesians' digital insights and skills measured on the basis of four digital pillars: Digital Skill, Digital Ethic, Digital Security, and Digital Culture.

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