Write a short blog post about your definition of digital literacies for teaching, and then share the link via Twitter. Include the #oextend hashtag.

Learn more in my blog post at http://www.clairecoulter.com/musings/diglit

Example for "What Are Digital Literacies?":
https://twitter.com/Cambrian_Jess/status/977576172639981569

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12 Responses Completed for this Activity

  • Digital Literacies for Teaching (Ronald Menard, @RonaldMenard9)

    My definition for digital literacies (Belshaw 2012) for teaching include seven elements: media literacy, information literacy, digital scholarship, learning skills, ICT literacy, career and identity management, and communications and collaboration (Infokit guide produced by Jisc in the UK). Media literacy involves all forms of communications (E-Mails, Twitter, Blogs, etc.) in a range of media, whereas… Read more »

  • What is Digital Literacy? (Lynn Chartrand, @lynn_chartrand)

    While we live in an age where digital literacy is being used in the classroom, are we using digital literacy appropriately. Here are my views on digital literacy.

  • to use technology or not….. (Pamela Koski Bryant, @BryantKoski)

    Digital literacy is something I struggle with as a teacher. I try to make things interesting by using multiple platforms for learning, however, going back to the power point/lecture style is always a comfortable way for me to teach my students. I am trying to incorporate new ways of learning in each of my classes… Read more »

  • Behind on the Technology of Posting to the Bank about my usage of Technology (Melanie Lefebvre, @ProfMelLefebvre)

    Blog post provided. Tweeted too.

  • Digital literacy (Pamela Koski Bryant, @BryantKoski)

    Digital literacy is something I struggle with as a teacher. I try to make things interesting by using multiple platforms for learning, however, going back to the power point/lecture style is always a comfortable way for me to teach my students. I am trying to incorporate new ways of learning in each of my classes… Read more »

  • Digital Literacies (Sidney, @data_professor)

    Everyone is a teacher and a learner at the same time. Appreciating this helps understand the struggles some students have with technology. By building on their existing skills, and adding some of my own, students can be empowered and feel comfortable dealing with new technology.

  • The Complexity of Digital Literacy (Mel Young, @melyoung00)

    This is my blog post in response to “What is your definition of digital literacy as a teacher”.

  • Defining Digital Literacies – Why is this so hard? (Steven Secord, @stevensecord)

    I attempt, and ultimately fail, to define digital literacies in this blog post but do hopefully contribute to the discussion.

  • Digital Literacy Musings (Irene Stewart, @IrenequStewart)

    Some thoughts on what digital literacy means to me.

  • What he lacks in pooping, my son makes up in reading – A nod to digital literacy (Danny Smith, @ProfessorDannyS)

    Yesterday, Anne Sado, GBC’s president spoke at an Economic Development forum about digital disruption in college education. I’m glad to hear that these types of conversations are happening because we need to change our ways (how we provide education and what we provide) in order to meet the needs of students. Please see my blog… Read more »

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