Category Archives: digital literacy

Social Bookmarking for Higher Education

A workshop for 17th Annual ETC Conference: As an added value, we will be using google docs and prezi. Don’t forget to tweet: #etc2011conf I hope you enjoy. Link to our google doc The workshop presentation: Social Bookmarking in Higher Education on Prezi Link to our google doc

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Social media – Is it time to bring it into the classroom??

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Developing confidence with a variety of systems

I was on LinkedIn today and saw this comment by Kerry Boyle “I don’t think we’re doing our young people justice by making them proficient users of only one brand. The future of the internet and the success of it depends on peoples ability to use a variety of different programmes, operating systems, applications and […]

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Use Twitter to build a PLN

Tom Whitby Explains Twitter and the PLN (Personal Learning Network

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Keeping up isn’t easy but the best way to start is by participating. Personal use is a pre-condition for any kind of comprehension or competency with educational technology. Try a new digital tool Play with it Read about it Talk about it Watch it being done ‘Show and Tell” it with peers You don’t need […]

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exploring digital literacy

I just attended Learn 4 Life Digital Literacy Conference in Second Life held by some of my UK peers and now part of my network. It was a wonderful thought provoking session hence this posting. I am also working on a paper on Digital Literacy for Higher Education Educators. I am using this public arena […]

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myths and realities of digital literacy

Reading, writing… and texting? Stanford University’s Andrea Lunsford on the myths and realities of digital literacy.

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