Digital literacies can be defined as the skills for living, learning and working in a digital society. ECU has a commitment to ensure our students actively and productively engage with learning technologies and digital literacies that will support readiness for their future careers.
According to the Australian Government’s Core Skills for Work Developmental Framework, the skill area of working in a digital world includes using digitally based technologies and systems; connecting with others; accessing, organising, and presenting information; as well as managing risk and online identity. These skills are taught and assured as part of ECU’s fourth course learning outcome: Use digital technologies and literacies to access, evaluate and synthesise relevant information from multiple sources.
The SLIDE into ECU online modules provide students with information about digital learning environment and tools at ECU and prepare them for how to work in a digital environment.
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