Tag Archives: digital literacy

Online language – Why do we need to teach it?

Originally posted on Inspiring learning.

This the fifth in a series of blogs looking at online language… What is it? How is it being used? Why do we need to teach it? Here Esther looks at why we need to teach online language as part of digital capability and basic literacy.

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Digital anonymity

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

One of the six elements of digital capability as outlined in our published framework is digital identity Across the web on various blogs, there have been some interesting articles and views on identity. I really started to engage with the web in 1997 and back then the default behaviour was to be mainly anonymous or if you … Read more

Developing digital literacies webinars

We ran a series of webinars in February-May 2013 to disseminate and discuss the work of the Developing digital literacies projects. Each hour-long webinar discussed an aspect of the programme’s work. The webinars were free and open to all, and recordings of them are available. Events in this series: Current issues and approaches in developing … Read more

[RECORDING] A History of Digital Literacy in the UK and EU

We were delighted to last week welcome Tabetha Newman and Sarah Payton to run a free, public webinar as part of the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme. In addition to being able to watch the recording within Blackboard Collaborate, we’ve also exported the webinar as video and audio files along with the chat transcript. You … Read more