According to The American Library Association’s digital-literacy task force offers this definition: “Digital literacy is the ability to use information and communication technologies to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information, requiring both cognitive and technical skills.” But how do you know if you are digitally literate and how do you know how close you are … Continue reading Are you digitally literate or even digitally fluent? How do you know?
Being digitally literate contributes to much of the success in a blended learning classroom. Success is to have satisfied students who have achieved the intended outcomes while gaining transferrable skills related to using technology. To increase students' digitally literacy on their road to digital competency they have to be given agency to discover on their … Continue reading Promoting digital literacy through critical digital pedagogy
I often hear from faculty, modest or otherwise, that they aren’t too proud of their online course design and wish they could do better. Although it can be argued that all online instructors wish they could design their course better, all instructors do offer wonderful online teaching examples. A modest and very experienced instructor often … Continue reading Your online course DOES have good examples of online learning