28 August to 29 September / $100
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|
|Early bird fee||$80|
This is an online course for:
- literacy leaders
- school library staff
School level: primary/intermediate/secondary
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: firstname.lastname@example.org