[RECORDING] A History of Digital Literacy in the UK and EU

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We were delighted to last week welcome Tabetha Newman and Sarah Payton to run a free, public webinar as part of the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme.

In addition to being able to watch the recording within Blackboard Collaborate, we’ve also exported the webinar as video and audio files along with the chat transcript. You can find these below:

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Bonus: You may find this blog post by Tabetha helpful about digital literacy in the EU

[RECORDING] Mozilla and web literacies



Last Friday we were privileged to have Erin Knight and Michelle Levesque from Mozilla run a free, public webinar as part of the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme.

In addition to being able to watch the recording within Blackboard Collaborate, we’ve also exported the webinar as video and audio files along with the chat transcript. Please do let us know if you find them useful!

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Update: Erin Knight has added her reflections (and answers to some questions that came up) on her blog.

Book now: two further (free!) JISC Digital Literacies webinars

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After the very successful Digital Residents and Visitors webinar last December and the Outcomes from JISC ALLE project in January, we are delighted to announce two further public webinars:

Book now! (and please do share via networks and groups who may find these of interest)

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Listen or watch again: Outputs from JISC ALLE session

Last Friday we had the privilege of welcoming Lyn Greaves and her colleagues at the University of West London to present some of the findings from their JISC-funded work on an Anytime Learning Literacies Environment (ALLE). Slides, audio and a recording of the Blackboard Collaborate session can be found below:


 

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Book now: Outcomes from JISC-funded ALLE project session

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After the success of the Visitors and Residents session before Christmas, we’re excited to announce another equally-exciting (and free!) session for which booking is now open.

Lyn Greaves from the University of West London will share the findings of the JISC-funded ALLE project. The session will run from 14:00 on Friday 20th January 2012 and Lyn’s overview can be found below:

Whilst there is a wealth of experience across the sector in supporting digital and information literacies with our learners, it is often dispersed and difficult for students most in need to access at the appropriate point in their studies. They need the very skills they are searching for before they can find them. Using the LLiDA findings our response was the development of a digital learning literacy environment.

The literacy environment is comprised of a series of learning objects organised in three parts: the Academic Journey, the Library Learning Journey and Digital Tools for Learning. The literacy environment has been used and evaluated by over 200 first-year business students.

As well as creating new resources, existing interactive materials customised for generic reuse were brought together in a cohesive and structured framework enclosed in a wraparound shell. We will share how we made effective use of ‘best’ pedagogy knowledge and resources to maximise OER potential.

Please do book your place using the following link (and encourage others to do likewise!)

Book now: http://bit.ly/jisc-alle

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