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28 August to 29 September / $100

Online

Develop your understanding of digital literacy, digital literacy skills and tools, and the role the school library has in developing digital literacy.

Dates and registration

Online course dates Monday 28 August to Friday 29 September 2017
Accessible 24/7 for 5 weeks
Early bird closes Monday 31 July 
Registrations close Monday 21 August 
Fee $100
Early bird fee $80

Audience

This is an online course for:

  • teachers
  • literacy leaders
  • school library staff

School level: primary/intermediate/secondary

Learning objectives

This course will enable you to:

  • explore what digital literacy is and why it is important to all learners
  • explore a range of skills and tools for finding, evaluating, using, creating, and sharing digital content
  • explain the role of librarians and the school library in supporting digital literacy.

Course activities include

  • Practical activities and tasks, and online work space discussions.
  • Exploring skills and tools to develop digital literacy across your school.
  • Participating in a collaborative, problem-solving e-workshop.
  • Personal reflection on your learning.
  • Opportunities to share and contribute, working in a Moodle environment, supported throughout by an e-facilitator.

Register or find out more

Register for this online course — space is limited so book your spot now.

For more information, email Cathy Peck: cathy.peck@dia.govt.nz

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