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Implementing a Model and Processes for Mapping Digital Literacy in the Curriculum (Online Badges)
Dr Mark Kerrigan, George Evangelinos, Jane Green and Elizabeth Peck
The presentation discussed a process for embedding digital literacy in the curriculum by utilisation of a meta-framework defining digital literacies that could be delivered through technology-enhanced learning designs. The work builds on previous research that investigated the EU Digital Literacy DIGCOMP framework for its appropriateness to be used as a framework for the description and measurement of the digital capabilities of students and staff involved in tertiary healthcare education. Digital literacy is delivered as a graduate attribute through the utilisation of technology-enhanced learning activities that deliver aspects of the curriculum in a pedagogically-appropriate, technology-enabled way. An example of how this process had been utilised to map the digital-literacy characteristics of pilot programmes of study is presented.
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