Developing Students’ Digital Literacies – JISC report
JISC have produced an excellent report on developing students’ digital literacies. Following their research, they make a series of recommendations and guidelines for improving digital literacy skills for our students, which include:
- Encourage students as change agents
- Link digital literacies in with other priorities
- Create a buzz
- Provide support in the curriculum
- Get people talking
- Reviewing what support is available for digital literacies
JISC define digital literacies as ‘the capabilities, which fit someone for living, learning and working in a digital society’. They list the follow seven elements:
- Media literacy – critically read and creatively produce academic and professional communications in a range of media.
- Information literacy – find, interpret, evaluate, manage and share information.
- Digital scholarship – participate in emerging academic, professional and research practices that depend on digital systems.
- Learning skills – study and learn effectively in technology-rich environments, formal and informal.
- Communications and collaborations – participate in digital networks for learning and research.
- Career and identity management – manage digital reputation and online identity.
- ICT literacy – adopt, adapt and use digital devices, applications and services.
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