Digital Literacy. Fiona Harvey and Lisa Harris Workshop for LLAS Conference, 26 th January 2012 #llaselearn12 # digilit. Fiona H arvey.
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Fiona Harvey and Lisa Harris
Workshop for LLAS Conference,
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1. Write down what you see as the key elements of digital literacy for your area of expertise. Discuss what you have highlighted and then agree a set of values for a digital literate student (Google Docs)
2 . Identify 3 aspects of digital literacy that you consider most relevant to your own job. Explain why this is the case(Google Docs)
3. Use Mindmeister(http://www.mindmeister.com) to map out the aspects of digital literacies and build your group view of digital literacies.
4. Watch the video ‘Why Digital Literacy Matters’ (http://vimeo.com/28089249) and evaluate how some of the ideas could be taken forward in your area of expertise/opinion.
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