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Digital Literacy and Citizenship: Re-imagining Self-Directed Programming

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Poster Presentation, OLA 2014
Poster developed by: Melanie Parlette-Stewart and Lindsey Robinson; University of Guelph

The redesign of Self-Directed Programming at the University of Guelph Library has led to the creation of workshops that target digital literacy skill development and digital citizenship. Through these workshops we combine digital literacy skills and tool utilization to allow students to successfully manage and create opportunities for themselves as digital citizens. Workshop content is created for both Face-to-Face and online, allowing for a blended experience. A sample of workshop topics include infographics, Google Scholar, Zotero and digital identity management.

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