No other change in Korea has offered greater challenges and opportunities than the emergence of the Internet and its related Information Technology. Information is expanding at an unprecedented rate, and enormously rapid strides are being made in the technology for accessing the ever growing wave of information. But the lack of motivation for life-long learning gives the elderly generation the problem of digital literacy or ICT literacy. In order to improve the digital and ICT skill of disadvantaged elderly generation, government plans to draw up a huge budget. The purpose of this paper is to develop a set of qualitative evaluation criteria for elderly generation's digital literacy program, and test it in the exemplary program. A questionnaire with 36 items, concerning Reduction in Internet Stress, Self-Efficacy, Improvement in Internet Skill, Intention for ICT Use, etc., were developed. Each participant in the exemplary program was asked to fill the questionnaire out three times, at the beginning of the program, at the end of the program, and four weeks after the program was over. It was hypothesized that the post-program results would be better than corresponding preprogram factor scores, and that no significant difference exist between the post-program scores and the corresponding factor scores obtained four weeks after the training program was over. Comparing with the nonparticipant group, it was hypothesized that the participant group's score is higher than the non-participant group's score in all constructs developed for evaluation. Total 109 samples from the participant group and 111 samples from non-participant group were used for statistical analysis. We showed that the hypothesized model was largely supported by the sample data, and provided some useful guidelines for promoting digital literacy for elderly generation.