In a #TBT moment I realised it’s been a month since I volunteered to go to Digifest 2016, so in the style of reflective practice I thought I’d revisit my notes and do a retrospective write up about the day. Digifest is a 2 day technology in teaching and learning showcase run by JISC held…
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1. Review your support for digital literacies
2. Link to other key priorities
3. Create a buzz
4. Get people talking
5. Provide support in the curriculum
6. Engage students as change agents
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We’re all talking about it! Digital Literacy.
Most libraries provide some sort of digital literacy training, from public computer classes to drop-in technology labs to one-on-one help. TechSoup for Libraries’ March webinar was all about free digital literacy training resources and tutorials. We invited guests from two organizations that specialize in digital literacy:
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Education has focused on the basic “3Rs” of reading, writing & arithmetic, but as technological innovation changes educators must re-evaluate their skills.
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