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Digital Literacy

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Presentation prepared for internal training event for LIS 17.12.09, intended to define digital literacy and discuss how we can support academic staff to embed digital literacy in our courses.

Presentation prepared for internal training event for LIS 17.12.09, intended to define digital literacy and discuss how we can support academic staff to embed digital literacy in our courses.

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  • 1. Digital Literacy Helen Curtis Academic Resource Librarian [email_address] Image credit: eLearning Europa http://www.elearningeuropa.info/
  • 2. Aims
    • Definitions of digital literacy
    • Agreed understanding of digital literacy
    • What we can do to embed digital literacy in our courses
      • based on “What LIS can offer”
    • Populate the wiki
  • 3. Image credit: SCONUL (1999) http://www.sconul.ac.uk/groups/information_literacy/seven_pillars.html
  • 4. http://wlvdiglit.pbworks.com
  • 5. Learning Works Digitally Literate: our graduates will be confident users of advanced technologies; they will lead others, challenging convention by exploiting the rich sources of connectivity digital working allows. Knowledgeable and Enterprising: our graduates will know how to critique, analyse and then apply knowledge they acquire in an enterprising way. They will use knowledge to seek out opportunities to advance their careers and entrepreneurial drive. Our graduates will constantly nurture their own intellectual curiosity, and excite others to do the same. Global citizens: our graduates will bring informed understandings of their place and ethical responsibilities in the world. They will have personal and professional values that help them to lead, and take a substantial role in their local, national and global communities.
  • 6. Learning Works Digitally Literate : our graduates will be confident users of advanced technologies; they will lead others, challenging convention by exploiting the rich sources of connectivity digital working allows. Knowledgeable and Enterprising: our graduates will know how to critique, analyse and then apply knowledge they acquire in an enterprising way. They will use knowledge to seek out opportunities to advance their careers and entrepreneurial drive. Our graduates will constantly nurture their own intellectual curiosity , and excite others to do the same. Global citizens: our graduates will bring informed understandings of their place and ethical responsibilities in the world. They will have personal and professional values that help them to lead, and take a substantial role in their local, national and global communities.
  • 7. Learning Works Digitally Literate : our graduates will be confident users of advanced technologies; they will lead others, challenging convention by exploiting the rich sources of connectivity digital working allows. Knowledgeable and Enterprising: our graduates will know how to critique, analyse and then apply knowledge they acquire in an enterprising way. They will use knowledge to seek out opportunities to advance their careers and entrepreneurial drive. Our graduates will constantly nurture their own intellectual curiosity , and excite others to do the same. Global citizens: our graduates will bring informed understandings of their place and ethical responsibilities in the world. They will have personal and professional values that help them to lead, and take a substantial role in their local, national and global communities. “ Information literacy is knowing when and why you need information, where to find it, and how to evaluate, use and communicate it in an ethical manner” (CILIP)
  • 8. Definitions
  • 9. Digital Literacy: some thoughts
    • Fundamental aspects of information literacy in digital literacy
    • Digital literacy does not = information literacy
    • Need to embrace the whole concept
    • Information literacy + Digital Media + Internet Connectivity
    • Very significant in the context of Web 2.0
  • 10. Definitions
    • Discuss the definitions
    • What do you like/not like?
    • Add your thoughts to your group page at http://wlvdiglit.pbworks.com
    • Feed back to the group
  • 11. LIS Works
    • LIS have offered support for:
      • Curriculum design – resources, skills, designing and delivering elements of a programme
      • Copyright and digitisation
      • Skills for Learning – embedded & supplementary
      • Help and Advice - workshops, appointments, online chat, email
  • 12. LIS Works
    • Challenge/Solution, i.e.
      • how can I encourage students to engage with the literature?
      • how can I get students to take a more critical approach to the Internet?
    • Good practice guidelines, i.e.
      • where and how can LIS resources be used?
      • involving LIS staff in the research process
  • 13. LIS Works
    • Write your examples on your group page at http://wlvdiglit.pbworks.com
    • Feed back to the group
  • 14.
    • Thank you for your participation today.
    • Please feel free to continue adding to the wiki
    • http://wlvdiglit.pbworks.com

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