What are the 5 components of digital literacy?

What are the 5 components of digital literacy?

Digital literacy is always evolving as newer technologies become mainstream, therefore it includes, but is not limited to:

  • practical technical skills.
  • collaboration skills.
  • social and cultural skills.
  • critical thinking.

What is the JISC Model?

The Jisc Model Licence is the foundation for all our agreements. It was developed to support the realities of contemporary teaching, study and research, and to reflect developments in electronic publishing, scholarly communication and recent changes in copyright law.

What are the different types of digital literacy?

Digital literacies include data literacy, information literacy, visual literacy, media literacy, and metaliteracy, as well as related capacities for assessing social and ethical issues in our digital world.

What are the six different types of digital literacy?

Globally, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) frames its benchmarks for digital literacy around six standards: creativity and innovation; communication and collaboration; research and information fluency; critical thinking, problem solving and decision making; digital citizenship; and …

What is JISC AC UK?

Jisc is the UK’s expert body for digital technology and digital resources in higher education, further education and research.

What is taught in digital literacy?

They know how to create, communicate, and share digital content. Students who are building digital literacy skills understand the basics of Internet safety such as creating strong passwords, understanding and using privacy settings, and knowing what to share or not on social media.

What are digital literacy tools?

Digital Literacy skills are required to make effective use of digital devices like laptops, smartphones, tablets, or desktop computers. These skills will allow students to engage, express, collaborate, and communicate with their peers in a quickly changing world.

What is JISC used for?

Is JISC a charity?

In 2012 JISC became an independent not-for-profit charity funded mainly by the government and universities.

What is the Jisc developing digital literacies programme?

The Jisc Developing Digital Literacies programme (2011-2013) set out to explore institutional approaches to digital literacy development in universities and colleges.

How has the digital literacies programme been shared?

The knowledge and resources from the programme have been shared progressively. The digital literacies programme built on a background of Jisc-funded work into learner literacies and strategic approaches to their development and support. This work can be explored through the digital literacies page on the UK web archive.

What is the digital literacy initiative?

Provides ideas and resources to inspire the strategic development of digital literacies – those capabilities which support living, learning and working in a digital society Digital literacies are those capabilities which fit an individual for living, learning and working in a digital society.

How can I find out more about Jisc’s Digital capabilities?

Please contact the team ( [email protected]) if you’d like to find out more. We’ve designed a series of role profiles, which align to the framework and highlight the digital capabilities associated with particular roles. The profiles have been developed collaboratively and mapped to relevant professional frameworks.