Digital literacy looks beyond functional IT skills to describe a richer set of digital behaviours, practices and identities.
What it means to be digitally literate changes over time and across contexts, so digital literacies are essentially a set of academic and professional situated practices supported by diverse and changing technologies. (JISC, (2014), Developing Digital Literacies, JISC)
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(JISC, 2014)Contact your Academic Library Services Team to discuss the digital literacy training for your students
We work with students to develop media literacy skills through training sessions and online resources. We create
We work with students to effectively communicate and collaborate in the digital environment. We assist students to
We assist students through
We work with students to manage their digital reputation and online identity by assisting setting up author profiles such as ORCID, ResearcherID and Google Scholar, and using research networks to collaborate and showcase.
We assist students by providing
We support students by providing digital learning spaces and physical learning spaces rich in technology to help students build their research skills in readiness to apply these skills in the workforce.
We support students and researchers by providing resources and systems to collect, store and showcase research data and publications. The Library facilitates access to these research publications and data by:
We support developing professional practice in teaching by providing information, resources and services
We support students to:
We work with students to develop these skills through training sessions and online resources.