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5 Online Discussion Tips For Students - Edudemic

5 Online Discussion Tips For Students - Edudemic | 20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education | Scoop.it
Students are online all day long. Here are a few ways to keep them civil: just a few online discussion tips for students to keep the conversation going.

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Students need to know how important it is to write meaningful assessments on articles and topics they choose so that their peers can in turn make meaningful comments. Then they need to comment on their classmates' assessments. This way students engage in an online community that keeps everyone powerfully engaged.

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Students need to know how important it is to write meaningful assessments on articles and topics they choose so that their peers can in turn make meaningful comments. Then they need to comment on their classmates' assessments. This way students engage in an online community that keeps everyone powerfully engaged.

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5 Online Discussion Tips For Students - Edudemic

5 Online Discussion Tips For Students - Edudemic | 20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education | Scoop.it
Students are online all day long. Here are a few ways to keep them civil: just a few online discussion tips for students to keep the conversation going.

Via JohnThompson, Dennis T OConnor
Paola Houston-Davalos's insight:

Students need to know how important it is to write meaningful assessments on articles and topics they choose so that their peers can in turn make meaningful comments. Then they need to comment on their classmates' assessments. This way students engage in an online community that keeps everyone powerfully engaged.

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Paola Houston-Davalos's curator insight, June 26, 2013 10:02 PM

Students need to know how important it is to write meaningful assessments on articles and topics they choose so that their peers can in turn make meaningful comments. Then they need to comment on their classmates' assessments. This way students engage in an online community that keeps everyone powerfully engaged.

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20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education

20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education | 20 ways of thinking about digital literacy in higher education | Scoop.it
From understanding what digital literacy is, to developing skills and establishing ethical principles for students, our live chat panel share ideas and resources for universities

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This article enlightened me about digital literacy and the three types of digital literacy according to like Bélisle's three models of literacy: functional, socio-cultural and transformational.

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Ms. Corri's curator insight, July 4, 2013 2:53 PM

Since this is becoming very important to what we do with the Common Core, this seems a good read.

Richard Evans's curator insight, July 6, 2013 4:46 PM

Changing literacies for a digital future. 

David Cook's curator insight, August 7, 2014 10:34 PM

I found this to be a lot of bark with no bite.  But that's may be because I'm already sold on the need for digital literacy in education, and am much more interested in reading about specific content, frameworks, curriculum, etc.