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Digital Capabilities: Where people and technology intersect

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EDULEARN17 Conference
3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain

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Digital Capabilities: Where people and technology intersect

  1. 1. ripple effect group Digital Capabilities: 
 Where people and technology intersect Anne Bartlett-Bragg Digital Disruption Research Group, University of Sydney, Business School 3 July2017 Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  2. 2. 1. Digital literacy: • contested definitions • skills aquisition
 2. Digital transformation: • overload & overwhelm 3. Digital capabilities vs digital skills: • PhD findings - disengaged vs participation Context Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  3. 3. Theoretical perspectives George Siemens (2005) Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  4. 4. What the analysts are saying.. Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  5. 5. Digital natives - generational myth-busting Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  6. 6. n pi Digital Capabilities FrameworkDQ Anne Bartlett-Bragg 
 2016 i Information Literacy • Attention • Data analytics • Writing & publishing • Reflective practices n Network Literacy • Social literacy • Network structures • Technical structure • Technical skills p Participatory Mindset • External horizon • Network ecosystem • Feedback loops • Collaboration Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  7. 7. Information Literacy overview Attention: • Ability to manage distractions; • Determine relevance; • Use filtering mechanisms; • Manage cognitive load. Data analytics: • Use data to inform further actions; • Provide feedback on activity. Writing and publishing: • Selecting appropriate style and voice for different audiences; • Including visual literacy, the use of images. Reflective practices: • Meta-cognition; • Curation; • Collecting and sharing knowledge on topics to develop sense-making and shared meanings. Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  8. 8. Network Literacy Overview Social literacy: Develop a digital identity through self-representation, relationship formation and reputation. Network structures: Knowledge of social network concepts such as strong and weak ties, nodes and hubs. Technical structure: knowledge and use of features, such as hashtags. Technical skills: Basic coding, ability to customise simple actions Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  9. 9. Participatory Mindset Overview External horizon: • Awareness of others knowledge and interests. Network ecosystem: • Ways of contributing to add value to the network. Feedback loops: • Actively provide and receive feedback on contributions. Collaboration: • Ability to contribute to projects and work transparently with others. Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  10. 10. Information Literacy Network Literacy Participatory Mindset Attention: Ability to manage distractions, determine relevance, use filtering mechanisms, manage cognitive load. Social literacy: Develop a digital identity through self-representation, relationship formation and reputation. External horizon: Awareness of others knowledge and interests. Data analytics: Use data to inform further actions and provide feedback on activity. Network structures: Knowledge of social network concepts such as strong and weak ties, nodes and hubs. Network ecosystem: Ways of contributing to add value to the network. Writing and publishing: Selecting appropriate style and voice for different audiences - including visual literacy, the use of images. Technical structure: Knowledge and use of features, such as hashtags. Feedback loops: Actively provide and receive feedback on contributions. Reflective practices: Meta-cognition, curation, collecting and sharing knowledge on topics to develop sense-making and shared meanings. Technical skills: Basic coding, ability to customise simple actions. Collaboration: Ability to contribute to projects and work transparently with others. DQ Anne Bartlett-Bragg, 2016 n pi Digital Capabilities Framework Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  11. 11. • It’s NOT about the technology
 If we focus only on the technology we will limit our ability to create powerful, engaging learning & working opportunities. • It is about HOW you empower & motivate people to adapt to digital environments. • Developing a digital capability program - methods to evaluate & support. Future challenges & implications for practice n piAnne Bartlett-Bragg 
 2016 Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain
  12. 12. Re-frame Re-think Re-invigorate our concepts of 
 digital capabilities our relationship 
 with information our practice - 
 re-engage with purpose n piAnne Bartlett-Bragg 
 2016 Anne Bartlett-Bragg annebb@rippleffectgroup.com @AnneBB +61 418 852 581 Digital Capabilities FrameworkDQ Presented at: 
 EDULEARN17 Conference 3rd-5th July 2017, Barcelona, Spain

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