Tag Archives: digital literacy

Deakin University hiring Digital Literacy Learning Designer

(21 September 2017) The Digital Literacy Learning Designer will coordinate the design and development of Digital Literacy programs, including alignment of the Digital Literacy framework with course and unit learning outcomes. Closing date is 1 October 2017. ALIA has the job description.


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Digital Literacies Learning Designer being hired by Macquarie University

(20 May 2017) The Digital Literacies Learning Designer (Library) coordinates the design and development of the Library’s digital literacies programs and services, and provides leadership and advice in selecting, implementing, and assessing pedagogically sound approaches and tools. Reporting to the Manager, Learning Skills, the role works collaboratively with the Library’s Information Literacy, Learning Skills, and […]


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Introducing La Trobe’s Digital Literacies Framework

(21 April 2017) La Trobe’s new Digital Literacies Framework outlines the capabilities and understandings that staff and students need to live, learn and work in a digitally connected world. Developing digital literacies to engage with our digital future is about progressing from literacy to fluency in the critical and scholarly use of information and data; […]


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Deakin University hiring Manager Digital Literacy Programs

(12 April 2017) The Manager, Digital Literacy Programs provides leadership and vision for the design, development and implementation of the University Library’s instruction programs and initiatives. The position supports all components of the Library’s digital literacy deliverables, in the cloud and through engaging located learning experiences on campuses and with the Universities’ partner enterprises. The […]


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How are tech-savvy girls in Myanmar closing the gender digital divide?

(18 January 2017) While the rapid expansion of technology and internet access in Myanmar offers unprecedented economic and educational opportunities, it also threatens to deepen the divide between those with and without access—a risk that disproportionately affects women and girls worldwide. A 2015 baseline study of IREX’s Beyond Access Myanmar project showed that 70% of […]


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Beyond Access partner in Philippines receives Digital Literacy Award

(3 December 2015) The Urdaneta City Library has tacked on yet another award to its already impressive resume for addressing the community’s information needs through training. At the recent 2015 Digital Strategies for Development Summit, representatives from UCL, the Molave Foundation and Beyond Access were honored with the Intel/DigiBayani Award for Digital Literacy, which prioritizes reach of […]


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Go Digi launches in Canberra

(6 March 2015) The Go Digi national digital literacy program, has launched in Canberra at the National Library of Australia. One in five Australians miss out on the benefits of being connected and participating in the digital world, Go Digi CEO, David Spriggs says. “The major barrier restricting people from getting online is confidence, which […]


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Australia’s national digital literacy program

(6 March 2014)  One in five adults in Australia is not online. To address this issue, Australia Post and Infoxchange are rolling out a four year national digital literacy program. The program has the ambitious goal of getting more than 300,000 Australians to improve their digital skills and realise their digital potential.  Small businesses, the elderly, postal workers […]


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Mapping Resources to Competences – report

(12 December 2013)    In order to assess and benchmark the effectiveness of its own digital presence, its members’ digital literacies and to propose changes to professional development where appropriate, SCONUL has been working as a participating professional association in the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme, which runs from July 2011 to December 2013. During this […]


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Digital literacy tool website launches ALA

(Washington, D.C., 17 June 2013) A new online hub for digital literacy support and training will launch at the 2013 American Library Association Annual Conference in Chicago. Librarians who provide training or assistance with digital literacy in their libraries are encouraged to participate in the launch of the new online resource DigitalLearn.org. The launch of […]


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