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Symposium on the developing digital/learning literacies framework and workshop resources from Jisc.

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  • Digital Literacies Development Framework #digilit #altc10 Helen Beetham | Rhona Sharpe Slide 1
  • The JISC DL materials See 'Using these Materials' for a complete list See also Cloudworks, LLiDA wiki, slideshare, DIGITAL-LITERACIES-PILOT fileshare site slide 2
  • Why Digital Literacies? ■ (Analysis of 62 members of digital literacies jiscmail list) ■ Roles: e-learning, learner support, library, curriculum, outreach, academic staff, ICT/ILT, careers ■ Challenges: new ways of teaching/learning, new kinds of students, supporting CPD, developing online support, sharing ideas, inclusivity/WP, supporting independent/online learners, learning experience, graduate attributes... Digital literacies are high on the agenda, though [there are] diverse views about the best approach for delivering support Addressing varied levels of digital literacy amongst students and staff is an ever-present and interesting challenge! We are certainly aware that the interest in digital learning amongst our students is increasing slide 3
  • Defining digital literacy Digital literacy is defined as the confident and critical use of ICT for work, leisure, learning and communication. European Commission report DigEuLit, 2006 in terms of: stance practice context Literacy as: foundational capability cultural entitlement socially and culturally situated self-transformation continually under development Introduction slide 4
  • practices Introduction slide 5
  • contexts Graduate attributes slide 6
  • Generic literacies academic literacy stance practice context repertoire information and media literacies ICT/technoliteracy stance practice context repertoire Competence slide 7 frameworks
  • A focus on development How do effective learners develop digital capabilities? What kind(s) of experiences do they have and how do they learn from them? slide 8
  • Literacies development framework (pyramid) Developing graduate attributes internalised, relatively stable attributes practices skills access situational, relatively open to change slide 9
  • What kind of experiences? Developing graduate attributes extensive, complex, ill-defined attributes practices skills access intensive, structured, well-defined slide 10
  • What kind of experiences? Developing graduate attributes Entitlement Foundational experiences without which individuals are significantly disadvantaged Ensuring all learners have functional access to core technologies, services and devices Developing core capabilities on which specialist/personal expertise can be grounded skills access slide 11
  • What kind of experiences? Developing graduate attributes Enhancement Specialised, situated experiences which qualify an individual in particular practices Enabling learners to choose, judge, personalise and integrate technologies (stance) Supporting selfdevelopment and selfexpression Enabling learners to pursue personal goals and ambitions across contexts attributes practices slide 12
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  • Do more 6 October, ELESIG event in London: http://elesig.ning.com/ SliDA case studies available from October: https://wiki.brookes.ac.uk/display/slida/Home TLRP/TEL update on digital literacies forthcoming September: http://www.tlrp.org/tel/digital_literacy/ Cloudworks discussion area with downloadable materials: http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloud/view/4293 LliDA wiki including best practice examples: http://caledonianacademy.net/spaces/LLiDA/ DIGITAL-LITERACIES-PILOT on jiscmail
  • Learning Literacies for a Digital Age slide 15