Educational institutions are constantly synchronizing their curricula with digital literacy to maintain pace with burgeoning technology. The feature can be witnessed by the presence of computers in the classroom, the utilization of academic software to deliver curriculum, and study materials made available to the accessibility of online students. In a huge number of education institutes classrooms are furnished to employ audience response systems and smartboards. These tools in such a situations are useful esp when the faculty is well versed in digital literacy.
Guest blogger Peter Adams of the News Literacy Project suggests three methods for teaching critical thinking skills and smart media consumption habits to a generation growing up in a climate of information overload.
Presentation focuses on best practices in information literacy Penn State News Information Literacy Librarian Anne Behler and Science Librarian John Meier have had a proposal accepted for presentation at LOEX 2014 Conference, “Creative...
Digital literacy helps you communicate and keep pace with modern global developments. In the social media and network integration literacy not only gives people a platform to come into contact, share desired knowledge but also help them do business promotion and transactions. The idea is very frequently being adopted by the young generation by connecting via social media, e.g. LinkedIn, Facebook, etc.
Your students may be able to update their Facebook status in a heartbeat, but can they also write a thoughtful letter to the editor, voice their opinion on a call-in radio show, or access local media (Watch the #SuperBowl commercials?
In a world where our minds and hearts are, on a daily basis, being shaped and informed by images, whether stills or moving, becoming visually literate is a goal we should all pursue and should certainly provide for our ...
Fogler filling the early literacy gap with new “Literacy To Go” program The Maine Campus “The librarians will be more knowledgeable about literacy and the way that we can support literacy in the youngest learners, but they need to be able to...
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