How to Develop Digital Literacies in Yourself and Others
By Clive Young, on 9 January 2012
Doug Belshaw, a researcher/analyst at JISC infoNet has devloped an excellent Slideshare on digital literacies. He asks;
If literacy is just ‘reading and writing’ then why has so much ink been spilled over such a simple concept? Is there just one ‘literacy’ to rule them all? Or are there multiple literacies? Is what we do online a ‘literacy’?
Doug believes there are eight essential elements to digital literacies and that definitions of digital literacies should be co-created to have power. In this presentation he points to useful resources (from JISC and elsewhere), asks some questions as conversation starters and provides some practical examples of how you can develop digital literacy skills in yourself and others.
One Response to “How to Develop Digital Literacies in Yourself and Others”
Thanks Clive! 🙂
My thesis is online at http://neverendingthesis.com