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the digital literacies is a broad capacity to participate in a society that uses digital communications technology in the workplace, government, education, cultural, civic, home and leisure settings .#101

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  1. Although this resource has now been archived, it is still available and relevant. It lists seven elements of digital literacies for a university context. I like its emphasis on change: that the definition of digital literacies changes with time and context, and that our own level of digital literacy changes with time and context as well.
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  2. Brief definition of digital skills as 'being adept at using digital tools and technology', helpfully illustrated by a list of examples of skills and the related literacies.
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  3. Contributions from a panel of university researchers in the UK reflecting on what digital literacy is and associated development of skills published by the Guardian. Rich resource to explore the meaning of digital literacy and associated topics (note by original bookmarker)
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  4. This short article by Connie Malamed, aka the Learning Coach, gives a useful definition of personal learning environments, describes the difference between organic design and planned design of a PLE, and points to some different models for planned design. The models help learners to conceptualise why they are creating a PLE and therefore how to put it together. I have followed Connie Malamed's posts for a couple of years and have found the advice in them to be well-researched and practical.
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  5. The blog-writer, Sue Watling, adds 'curation' to Doug Belshaw's 8 Cs of digital literacy - stressing the importance of understanding how to avoid losing precious data.
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  6. This resource defines digital capability at an individual and at an organisational level (for universities and colleges). It breaks down individual digital capability into six elements, and links to a detailed description of each.
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  7. This article distinguishes digital fluency from digital literacy, defining literacy as an understanding of how to use digital tools and fluency as the ability to create something new with those tools. It goes on to describe different types of fluency.
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  8. Explains the '8 Cs' of digital literacy (as defined by Doug Belshaw).
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