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TechSETS - Digital Literacies MOOC

TechSETS - Digital Literacies MOOC | Digital Literacy - Education |

Digital Literacies 1 (asynchronous online MOOC)







Web-based and other electronic tools

The grammar of the Internet

Ways for using digital information ethically, efficiently, and effectively

Advanced online search literacy tactics

How to use electronic devices more efficiently

Frameworks for digital education literacy

Various digital literacy curricula for use with students and other stakeholders 


Digital Literacies 2 (asynchronous online MOOC)


The use of Creative Commons license

The use of Web 2.0 tools

Ways to apply Google Applications for EDU

Using mobile technologies for teaching and learning

Techniques for developing non-linear presentations

Methods for using Quick Response (QR) codes in teaching and learning

The use of digital cameras

Developing blogs and websites

Producing podcasts


ifrank's curator insight, March 26, 2013 3:20 PM

Their web site says "offerings begin July 8, 2013."

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ARTiFactor: My Dream: a Digital Literacy MOOC - Cloudworks

"My dream is to help create a MOOC that will enable world wide Digital Literacy.

I envision a map of learning activities for raising ones digital literacy competencies. Learners could jump in at any time, anywhere on the map, and find guidance to master that particular skill set..."

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#ETMOOC over the next two weeks, we will be exploring what it means to be digitally literate

#ETMOOC over the next two weeks, we will be exploring what it means to be digitally literate | Digital Literacy - Education |

So over the next two weeks, we will be exploring what it means to be digitally literate. We’ve invited some amazing thinkers including Doug Belshaw, Howard Rheingold, Will Richardson, and Audrey Watters to lead us through certain aspects of this topic (see the Calendar for specific dates and times). And, as always, we’re hoping that the #etmooc community will participate through writing and commenting in our collective blog spaces, using the #etmooc hashtag on Twitter, in our Google Plus Community, and in other spaces of choice.

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RSC e-Assessment: #MOOCs: will losing the live be a loss?

RSC e-Assessment: #MOOCs: will losing the live be a loss? | Digital Literacy - Education |

I've been thinking about the implications for teaching, learning and assessment if the live element of teaching is no longer there. There do not appear to be any synchronous activities in the xMOOC I will be taking next year with Coursera and if this trend towards teaching via MOOCs and asynchronous activities continues, I wonder what, if anything, will be lost? 


'I am currently doing some re-designing of the JISC RSC Scotland's online courses, and with all the discussion around MOOCs at the moment, this has prompted some questions for me about the synchronous, live aspect of teaching and how / if it needs to feature in online courses.'...

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