Tags: digital literacy* + lida101* + lida101a2-1* + digital skills*

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  1. This paper showcases relevant initiatives to address inclusive and sustainable development through the objectives of UNESCO’s Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4) towards ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all.
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  2. We retrace our lived experience from the beginning of the pandemic in the spring (from our vantage points in the UK and Canada) and the associated ‘pivot online’ enacted in education around the world, through to the autumn of 2020, when we appeared to be transitioning into a so-called ‘new normal’ of the mid-pandemic.
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  3. Open Educational Resources (OER) are becoming a significant, mission-driven trend within educational literature. To help address rising costs, instructors and designers are looking to OER to effectively replace traditional instructional content, which requires more than just identifying and replacing. Drawing from 51 OER studies conducted in countries across the five continents, this systematic literature review explored the empirical themes evident in the current research on a global scale.
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  4. The challenges to teacher educators in sub-Saharan Africa are acute. This paper describes how the Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA) consortium is working within institutional and national policy systems to support school-based teacher professional development. The TESSA consortium (13 African institutions and 5 international organisations delivering teacher education across 9 countries) designed and produced a bank of open educational resources (OERs) to guide teachers’ classroom practices in school-based teacher education. Drawing on examples from the TESSA consortium and from the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, the authors categorize the forms of TESSA OER integration as highly structured, loosely structured, or guided use. The paper concludes by outlining success factors for the integration of OERs: accessibility, adequate resources, support for teachers, accommodation of local cultural and institutional practices, and sustainable funding.
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  5. Higher education in Tanzania like in many other Sub-Saharan countries suffers from unavailability of quality teaching and learning resources due to lack of tradition, competence, and experience to develop such resources
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  6. Article on why digital skills are essential, the website is an online magazine/newspaper, and the audience is people in sales
    Tags: , , , , , , , by aennis (2022-05-20)
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  7. Blog post on digital literacy and why it is crucial, written from a business perspective.
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  8. Let’s define digital literacy and explore what it takes to live, learn, and work in a digital society.
    Tags: by bkabuati and 1 other (2022-05-12)
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  9. Digital skills are defined as the ability to find, evaluate, use, share, and create content using digital devices, such as computers and smartphones.
    Tags: by bkabuati (2022-05-12)
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  10. Within this article by Salesforce on digital skills, was a short description of what digital skills are and why they are important.

    There are also a list of some examples of entry level, and more advanced level digital skills, which could help understand the definition better.
    Tags: , , by letrolltwo (2022-04-18)
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