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Exploring Digital Literacies

Students make use of a variety of digital resources to support their learning, ranging from online journal articles, to entries on Wikipedia and videos on YouTube or iTunesU. In this session we’ll explore definitions of the term ‘digital literacy’ and its implications for teaching and learning.

We’ll discuss some of the uses that students make of digital tools and resources and consider how we might best support the development of digital literacy skills within the curriculum.

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Workshop Facilitated by

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Alignment with UKPSF

Activities:
A1: Design and plan learning activities
A2: Teach &/or support learning
A3: Assess & give feedback to students
A4: Develop effective learning environments

Core Knowledge
K2: Appropriate methods for teaching & learning
K3: How students learn
K4: The use & value of appropriate learning technologies

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