Beyond access and skills: from Moodle evaluation to digital literacies in situated practices

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Zoubir, T., Barter, P. and Macdonald, K. 2015. Beyond access and skills: from Moodle evaluation to digital literacies in situated practices. 13th Academic Practice and Technology Conference 2015 - Flipping the Institution: Higher Education in the Post Digital Age. London, United Kingdom 07 Jul 2015
TitleBeyond access and skills: from Moodle evaluation to digital literacies in situated practices
AuthorsZoubir, T., Barter, P. and Macdonald, K.
Abstract

The paper considers the ‘frame of reference’ for the discussion and evaluation of technologies for learning and teaching in Higher Education. As gaining access to existing and emerging technologies become easier to achieve, there is a need to upskill staff and consider ‘digital literacies’ as inherently interdisciplinary and situated practices.

Research GroupCentre for Education Research and Scholarship (CERS)
LanguageEnglish
Conference13th Academic Practice and Technology Conference 2015 - Flipping the Institution: Higher Education in the Post Digital Age
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Print07 Jul 2015
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Deposited09 Jul 2015
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Thirteenth annual conference hosted jointly by the the University of Greenwich and the London School of Economics.

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