25 February to 8 April / $100, early bird $80
Develop your understanding of digital literacy and how it benefits students. Discover how your library collections, programmes, and services can contribute to digital literacy.
Dates, fees, and registration
|Date and time||Orientation week 25 February to 3 March, 5 week course 4 March to 8 April 2019|
|Early bird closes||15 February|
|Registrations close||22 February|
Who this online course is for
Primary, intermediate, or secondary school:
- literacy leaders
- school library staff.
Why take this course
- Strengthen your understanding of digital literacy and its importance for student learning.
- Explore how the library can contribute to digital literacy.
- Improve your professional practice by applying what you learn to your own school context.
- Learn with the support of a trained, online facilitator.
What you'll learn
On this course you'll learn about:
- approaches to developing digital literacy
- links between digital literacy and the New Zealand curriculum
- skills and tools for finding, evaluating, using, creating, and sharing digital content in meaningful ways
- how library collections, programmes, and services can contribute to digital literacy.
What you'll do
- Use quality resources to develop your understanding of digital literacy.
- Learn from other course participants by sharing ideas and practice.
- Participate in problem-solving activities.
- Create an action plan for an initiative to contribute to digital literacy in your school.
- Reflect on your learning.
Register or find out more
Registrations closed 5pm 22 February 2019.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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