What is Digital Literacy?
Digital literacy is the ability to maintain usage of digital technology and information.
In this century, you will need to be digitally literate at home, while studying at university and in your workplace. Everyone will now require a certain level of digital literacy to engage with the wealth of technology around us, even if that is simply using a mobile phone or typing a document on a computer. Digital literacy also goes beyond this – it is about communicating and collaborating with others, finding information online from reputable sources and ensuring you stay safe in the online world.
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- Unlimited access to learning for your personal and professional development. Choose from more than 6,000 video tutorials covering business, creative and technology topics.
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The digital coaches are a passionate team of your fellow classmates, friends, and students at the University of Sunderland in London. They are here to support you and make your digital experience smoother. They assist with anything related to the virtual learning environment (VLE) navigation, ranging from Canvas, MS Teams, Compass, E:vision, SharePoint, and more.
For more information on digital coaches please see their SharePoint page.
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