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Digital literacy and Open Learning: the final day

Today is the last day of a week of digital literacy discussion, part of the Open Learning MOOC. The topic: the future of digital literacy.  To encourage you I’ve recorded some thoughts. In addition to our ongoing, even irrepressible Twitter conversation, we’ll … Continue reading

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Today in the Open Learning MOOC: fake news and crap detection

Today is the fourth day of a week of digital literacy discussion, part of the Open Learning MOOC. Today’s assignment is to explore connections between digital literacy, fake news, open education, and politics. Our reading is Crap Detection 101, by Howard Rheingold. We’ll … Continue reading

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Digital literacy around the world in 2017: today in the Open Learning MOOC

Today is the third day of a week of digital literacy discussion, part of the Open Learning MOOC.  Is mid-MOOC Wednesday digital hump day? Today’s assignment is to watch and listen to the recent New Media Consortium webinar on Digital Literacy.  It’s a … Continue reading

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The ACRL Information Literacy Framework: today in the Open Learning MOOC

Today is the second day of a week of digital literacy discussion, part of the Open Learning MOOC. Today’s discussion document is the ACRL Information Literacy Framework (2015-16).  This is an important update in information literacy thinking, incorporating digital literacy developments.  Please read … Continue reading

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Launching a week of digital literacy

Today I’m kicking off a week of digital literacy discussion.  This effort is part of the Open Learning MOOC, which in turn is part of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Faculty Collaboratives program.  Gardner Campbell is the chief … Continue reading

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