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Curriculum Innovation Module UOSM2008

Curriculum Innovation Module UOSM2008

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  • 1. Do you want to enhance youremployability by learning about thefundamental changes in how we live,learn, work and interact online?This module focuses on the development of onlineidentities and networks to enhance your employabilityin the digital age. Specifically, it investigates how thedigital world is influencing how we:→ Collect, manage and evaluate online information–ideal preparation for dissertations.→ Build an effective online identity for personal or career development.→ Create and curate content via blogging and video production.→ Interact with others for networking, team-building and project management purposes.→ Deal with online privacy, safety and security issues.→ Participate remotely in live events.Working in small groups, you will develop and deliver your own onlineseminars for assessment purposes, and engage in real time with a ‘real’ and‘virtual’ audience at the University Digital Literacies Conference in May 2013.For more information check out the module webpage http://www.southampton.ac.uk/cipor contact: L.j.harris@soton.ac.uk - @lisaharris | fiona.harvey@soton.ac.uk - @fionajharvey

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