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sábado, 27 de fevereiro de 2016

Lesson Plans - New Literacies Alliance - Research Guides at Kansas State University



The NLA was imagined as an interdisciplinary leveling platform for information literacy instruction. These are the principles that drove the design of the project.Technological Advantages
  • Technology, vendor, and institution-agnostic
  • ADA and mobile compliant
  • NLA branded, but institution branding may introduce or frame the content
  • Open source
  • Open access, Creative Commons licensed (attribution, non-commercial, no derivatives, but lessons and modules can be used a la carte)
Educational Advantages
  • Focus on metaliteracies
  • Outcomes-based instruction (that begins with the learning objectives) 
  • Leveling platform--designed to bring all students to same level and provide consistency for KBOR and institutional partners
Institutional Advantages
  • Peer-reviewed content
  • Sustainable - better than each institution creating the content themselves
  • Curricular standardization between partners


Lesson Plans - New Literacies Alliance - Research Guides at Kansas State University

Digital Skills Are Not the Same as Digital Literacy | TechSoup for Libraries

Does he have digital skills or digital literacy?

Digital skills mean that you can follow a step-by-step process of creating an email account. Digital literacy means that you can recognize spam, know why it is being sent, and understand how email providers use filters to minimize potential harm.
Digital skills mean that you know how to use Microsoft Word. Digital literacy means that you can use Microsoft Word to clearly and effectively communicate all the key components of an assignment.
Digital skills mean you can show someone how to borrow e-books. Digital literacy means that you know why some e-books aren't available in New Zealand libraries, even though those same e-books can be purchased online.


Digital Skills Are Not the Same as Digital Literacy | TechSoup for Libraries