Category Archives: Digital Literacy

Posts about teaching and learning digital skills and issues.

Session Proposal: Defining Digital Literacies

What are digital literacies in today’s world?  Have we moved past information literacy alone?  What other digital skills do our students need for personal, professional, and civic lives in the emerging digital ecosystem that is fundamentally shaped by networks and that is increasingly driven by data and algorithms that personalize information for users and inform human […]

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Session proposal: Making Student Work Public

The digital sphere offers humanities instructors a rare and valuable opportunity to have students create knowledge that can transcend the classroom and the class assignment. Whether this knowledge takes the form of Wikipedia entries, websites, contributions to crowdsourcing platforms, or online maps and timelines, it shows undergraduates that they can be contributors to our disciplines, […]

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