Understanding how to use technology (digital literacy) is essential to achieving your study goals at university.
The practicalities: computer components, internet connection, email, security and web resources.
Read about: virtual classrooms, online study strategies, file management and communication.
‘How to’ instructions for systems: MYSC, Moodle, ePortfolios (Mahara), Office 365 and Turnitin.
The Joint Information Systems Committee (UK) identifies seven elements of digital literacy: Media Literacy, Information Literacy, Digital Scholarship, Learning Skills, ICT Literacy, Career and Identity Management, and Communications and Collaboration.
Not only will strong digital literacy empower you in your studies but it will prove an asset after graduation and in your future career.