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Digital Literacy at the University of Worcester January 27, 2011

Posted by Andrew in All categories.
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Being digitally literate is not just about being able to use a computer or a certain program well. It is about feeling comfortable communicating in many different ways using digital technologies. Using a range of different communication devices and methods should not cause any disruption to our equilibrium just as moving from walking to running to sitting down doesn’t (generally) cause us any problems.

Our “ways of being” are changing to accommodate newer ways of keeping a balance between work and the rest of our lives. There are many new digital technologies for us to use whether we are at work, rest or play; some will stick and some will fall away.

The University of Worcester is doing its bit to support the development of digital literacy within the University and the wider community.

We are running an annual survey for staff (with a £50 gift voucher prize draw) to help us find out what you want, need and aspire to. A similar student survey will be run soon.

Complete the Staff Survey:  Here

Find out more about Digital Literacy at: http://digitalliteracyuow.wordpress.com

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